Forgotten Foods – Nettle pie Video

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The resurgence of nettle, wild garlic and other foraged greens cooking is a delight to me. I still think that eating and foraging wild greens is a skill that needs more nurturing to become part of our yearly eating calendar. I don’t mean that you have to see nettles on supermarket isles to be able to say they are back. I am not talking about food trends. I am talking about making wild green habit and seasonal eating more of a habit for life.

This nettle pie is a simple way to connect with wild greens that are available in abundance in your surroundings in Spring. Turn the TV off. Take a stroll into your local forest or park. Pick, cook and taste. Have a look and hopefully be inspired by this video.

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3 thoughts on “Forgotten Foods – Nettle pie Video

    Christie Morgan said:
    May 28, 2018 at 4:03 pm

    Gleefully watched you make this up at the Cowbridge Food Fest today. Left feeling very inspired, I’ve been stuck in a bit of a rut, so this was much needed! Also keen to try yellow split peas. I’m literally going foraging tomorrow, hoping I’ll be able to sniff out some wild garlic. Thanks so much Lia, you’ve got me back in the kitchen (& into the woodlands!)
    – Christie

    xtieee said:
    May 28, 2018 at 4:04 pm

    Gleefully watched you make this up at the Cowbridge Food Fest today. Left feeling very inspired, I’ve been stuck in a bit of a rut, so this was much needed! Also keen to try yellow split peas. I’m literally going foraging tomorrow, hoping I’ll be able to sniff out some wild garlic. Thanks so much Lia, you’ve got me back in the kitchen (& into the woodlands!)
    – Christie

      Lia Moutselou responded:
      May 29, 2018 at 9:52 am

      Christie thank you so much for coming to the demo, for giving me this amazing feedback and for listening to my rumble. Most importantly thank you for feeling as passionate and excited about good and seasonal food as I do. It’s good to be in company. Enjoy your forage x Lia

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