Wild Kitchen, a house and garden 5 mins. from the Wild Atlantic Way, our base from which we guide wild food walks on land and seashore, locally and in the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark.
Wild Food is local, seasonal, nutritious, FREE, and beneficial to human health. Our walks include plant identification, what’s in season, how to cook and use these amazing foods and how to incorporate them into our daily foods. We will find everything from berries, fruits, nuts, roots, flowers and seeds and of course the SUPER food, seaweed.
Highlights of the Seaweed Walk/Talk/Taste Experience
Discover our Fifth Taste, Umami
Reconnect with the original source of our food.
This walk can be described as Eco-Therapy.
See amazing wild life, seals, many seabirds, and sea creatures.
Learn a new skill in harvesting seaweed as our ancestors did.
Highlights of the Hedgerow Walk/Experience
Walk along the laneway of the Old West Clare Railway.
Soak up the history and beautiful scenery overlooking Liscannor Bay
Identify, photograph and taste amazing wild plants.
Feast on a wild food picnic in a wild flower meadow.
Learn a new skill.
Highlights of the Wild Food Workshops
Learn to identify and use wild food in your home.
Learn skills of preserving the harvest
Recipes and handouts to take home.
Amazing wild food to taste and share.
Learn a new sustainable skill in the fresh air, in Co.Clare. See Wild Kitchen calendar for schedule.
Walks and talks available from February – November
I am a wilderness First Aider, with the Nols Wilderness Medicine Institute
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