Published On: Thu, Mar 18th, 2021

WIN 1 of 4 copies of Forage: Wild Plants to Gather and Eat by Liz Knight!

Anybody can enjoy the increasingly popular, back-to-nature activity of foraging and Forage is the ultimate illustrated guide to cooking with wild plants. Here’s your chance to win a copy!

Cleaver, nettle & dandelion

Illustrations credit: Rachel Pedder-Smith

From the country’s leading wild food expert, Liz Knight, comes a wonderful new book FORAGE: Wild Plants to Gather, Cook and Eat which will inspire you to get out into the spring sunshine to gather wild foods to make a whole host of delicious recipes, from nettle cupcakes and dead nettle and wild garlic butter, to elderflower fritters and wilted carrot and cleaver salad.

The book is the celebration of 50 edible plants that can be found throughout the world, exploring their culture and history. All of the plants featured have been chosen not only because they are easy to identify, and abundant, but also because they are delicious and easy to use.

Divided into plant types – trees, shrubs and climbers, perennials, biennials and annuals – each plant is accompanied by detailed illustrations and notes about when different parts are in season, what they taste like and a selection of recipes, some newly developed, others steeped in history, many laced with inspiration from foragers in far-away lands.

The prize

Forage is a beautifully illustrated celebration of edible plants and we’ve got four copies of Forage to give away – enter today to be in with a chance of winning and you can create mouthwatering recipes including cherry and meadowsweet clafoutis, rhubarb and spruce compote, salted acorn praline and many more sweet and savoury delights! The book is priced £19.99, available in good bookshops and online.

Forage cover

FORAGE: Wild Plants to Gather, Cook and Eat by Liz Knight, illustrated by Rachel Pedder-Smiith, published by Laurence King at £19.99.

How to enter

To be in with a chance of winning a copy for yourself, go here and answer the question below!

Q. Which of these is not a plant type?

A. Annuals

B. Biennials

C. Centurials

Terms and conditions

This competition closes on the 23rd April 2021 and is only available to readers in the United Kingdom.

By entering this competition, you are agreeing to our standard competition terms and any specific terms for this draw.

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