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There are 7 comments on The Pleasures of Wild and Foraged Foods

  1. I was glad to have had an opportunity to participate in this class (I led the students around Fresh Pond in Cambridge). I encourage anyone that might be interested in learning how to connect to the landscape through their taste buds in a safe and environmentally-responsible manner to take part in one of my public foraging walks (see schedule at

    1. Hi Anna! I foraged a few quarts of mulberries earlier this summer; the trees are bountiful along the Blue Heron trail, which runs in a loop along the Charles River from Watertown through Waltham. You’ll find loads of the berries from about mid-June through mid-July.

  2. We were recently hiking in the Blue Hills Reservation where you will find a bog within which there are plenty of wild blueberries growing…..yum yum yum!

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