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Last Wild Food class of the season in Saluda, NC

 
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There is a new workshop set for Saturday, October 27th. A few people had asked about the next date. See below for details and pass the word to anyone who you think might be interested.

Wild Foods Expert to Teach "Lookin-n-Cookin"
October 27, 2012 9:30-1:30

Celebrated wild foods expert Alan Muskat, nationally known as The Mushroom Man, will be teaching a workshop on edible and medicinal plants and mushrooms in Saluda on October 27th. The workshop will take place at "Meanwhile, Back in Saluda," a bed and breakfast in rural Saluda. A morning outing will be followed by a semi-wild picnic in an outdoor kitchen complete with wood fired ovens.

Participants will learn how to safely find, identify, harvest and prepare wild foods, learn about wild medicines and experience the life of a modern hunter-gather firsthand. Guest will take an easy hike on trails and paths around the property gathering mushrooms and wild plants along the way. Muskat, who has been featured on The Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods and The History Channel, is sure to entertain and inform.

After the hike, participants can cook the foraged bounty and pot-luck picnic foods in outdoor wood fired ovens in the outdoor kitchen at Meanwhile, Back in Saluda. Photos: Meanwhile, Back in Saluda | Facebook

The cost is $50 per person. To register or for more information, visit No Taste Like Home
or call 828-749-2480.
 
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