It’s great to see the numbers of people who now understand the importance of consuming increased levels of plant-based foods, including nuts, various fruits, vegetables, and pulses on the rise. Eating these foods means it isn’t just your health that benefits, the planet does too!
In case you’d forgotten (how could you?!) it’s Pancake Day soon, and falls on February 28th, this year, but with many people looking to enjoy a healthier, more natural option, we thought that we would source a recipe that will have you licking your lips in an instant!
As people all over the country begin their annual flipping attempts (and fails), we take a look at what is on offer away from the traditional pancake recipe, which can be paired with a successful day’s foraging, that way you can make a tasty meal with pancakes and freshly sourced fruits, for example. You can follow our tips on foraging here:
Winter is a wonderful time to get outside and enjoy nature in such a beautiful season, so why not incorporate this with an attractive seasonal craft project that the whole family can get involved with and make an Xmas wreath from foraged materials?
People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES), a UK-based wildlife charity has released the most recent factor in its continued orchard conservation programme: an interactive community orchard map, which lists in the region of 400 community orchard groups that are scattered around the UK.
Here at Quality Unearthed, we love activities that tie in with our luxury camping UK holidays and that includes foraging. We have previously covered this before, but now that the summer is in full swing, we thought that we would give you some more great edible plant options that can be found among the local woodlands and hedgerows not only near our glamping spots, but near where you live too!
So here’s four tasty natural treats for you to forage for, and we’ve even got some information on how you can cook them so that you need not fret about getting it wrong. Bon apetit, and happy foraging, folks!
National Vegetarian Week 2016 is taking place all through this week and in case you didn’t know much about the event, it incorporates a celebration of stories and traditions behind the food we eat, as well as sharing recipes and other delicious vegetarian-inspired ideas.
So instead of going mainstream and simply sharing recipes, we thought we would give you a chance to live life on the veg and enjoy our top tips and advice for foraging. Why? Because it’s a great activity to get involved when you’re at one of our glamping UK abodes and it also gives you the chance to learn a new skill while taking in the amazing nature and wildlife-rich surroundings while doing so.
So here you go, get stuck these tips and see how you get on:
With the news that our government plans to introduce national tests for seven-year-olds, a move that shows just how far our exam obsession has come in the UK, Ben Fogle has moved to say that the right move is not more, but less exams, and more time in the outdoors.
If you are on holiday at any of our glamping UK abodes with the family, friends, or just for a romantic getaway, and you’re looking to do something different that you may not have done before that is not just fun for all ages, but educational and tasty too, why not give foraging and fruit picking a go?