Friday, May 15, 2015
Canterbury Foraging Guides
Thanks to all who listened to Radio NZ today. I have the following three guides available for $20. To order please email me Peter Langlands E:firstname.lastname@example.org Three guides covering wild-food and foraging options in the Canterbury Region. Guides sent out electronically in a PDF format- Guides are 1- Banks Peninsula Wild-foods Guide "A 20 page guide outlining wildfoods that can be foraged on Banks Peninsula. Text, photographs and illustrations by Peter Langlands. Banks Peninsula represents a diverse foraging environment with a mix of woodland and shoreline foods that can be foraged. There is also a range of native and introduced species. This guide is primarily an identification guide to the species available with some outlines on habitats and locations for foraging also. Guide is sent out electronically in PDF format. " 2- Guide to the edible mushrooms of Canterbury A ten page guide to the ten main, and easily identifiable, edible mushrooms found in Canterbury. Guide has photographs of each species and notes on where to find the mushrooms. Information on species' seasonality and basic preparation methods is also included. Guide written and photographed by forager Peter Langlands. Sent out electronically as a PDF file ( or by request as a Word file)" 3- Canterbury edible seaweed guide- "A 15 page guide to the edible seaweed species found in New Zealand's South Island. Written and photographed by Peter Langlands. A practical guide for the wild food forager with key information on the different types of seaweed, where and when to harvest, and key tips for seaweed preparation and recipes. Seaweeds are well known for their health benefits and flavour, to enhance meals and add a unique point of interest. This guide will set you up to make the most of our seaweed resource. Sent out in PDF format as a Ebook "