Gather. Cook. Eat.
Forage for coastal wild foods + enjoy eating them!
ALL FORAGING WORKSHOPS ARE CURRENTLY ON HOLD DUE TO COUNCIL RESTRICTIONS. HOPEFULLY THIS SERVICE WILL RESUME SOON.
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- Private guided foraging tour with researched information on each of the foraged foods
- Discussions on how to properly prepare and cook the foraged foods along with some recipe suggestions
- Colour printed and PDF info/recipe pages
- Hands-on foraging and, of course, eating!
This event is available for a small group only, so it'll be relaxed, casual and intimate, allowing plenty of time to chat, ask questions, get to know each other and have fun.
You don't have to be a good cook to come along! The emphasis will be on identifying particular edible coastal plant varieties and the various ways to eat, prepare and cook them to get the most benefit and taste.
in the Sunshine Coast Daily!
Join Aimee for a morning of gathering local wild foods growing right outside in nature, learn about the different varieties of both native and introduced wild plant foods, chat about how to identify, prepare, use and cook them. And of course, sample them and take some home!
Choose from the upcoming workshops:
PRIVATE FORAGING SESSIONS
Private foraging sessions can be organised for 2-10 people at the following locations:
* Point Cartwright - 2 hrs - TBA
* Peregian Beach or Point Arkwright - 2 hrs - TBA
* Chambers Island + surrounds - 2 hrs - TBA
Private foraging workshops are great for families, friends and colleagues who want to experience foraging together, just for them, and enjoy a picnic with pre-made snacks using many of the local wild foods available at the time. We'll chat about safe preparation, cooking techniques and recipe ideas as well. It's so much fun!
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DISCLAIMER - PLEASE READ THOROUGHLY BEFORE REGISTERING TO ATTEND EVENTS
In viewing the material and listening to the information provided in the Gather. Cook. Eat. Workshops with Primal Influence and in any related resources provided by Primal Influence online or printed you agree that Primal Influence and its owners have no liability for injury, illness or death caused by eating wild plants after viewing this information.
Collecting and eating wild food is a potentially dangerous activity. It should only be carried out by those with the knowledge and experience to identify species correctly.
The information in documents provided is, to the best of our knowledge, correct. However, errors and omissions cannot be ruled out. Ultimately, it is the responsibility of the individual to ensure the safety of anything they choose to ingest.
Some wild foods contain high amounts of oxalic acid and should not be consumed by people with kidney disease, kidney stones, rheumatoid arthritis, or gout. Some wild foods can cause allergic reactions.
By registering for this event you agree to these terms and conditions.