We have great ambitions: to show the world you can be happier when you are in tune with the seasons while creating amazing memories and making the world a better place for future generations.

So let us take you on a magical adventure of a world where all plastic isn’t seen as evil and we know the season to eat sardines.

We know we aren’t perfect and don’t get everything right but we are honest! That is how we can all be the catalyst for change. Rise up and join us in Starting a Revolution from your Kitchen Table and get mouth watering recipes, magical event invites and seasonal news you won’t believe you lived without?
20/01/2021
Seasons: Why should you bother eating the seasons?

We live in a country with amazing produce that changes with the seasons. Yet we often end up eating the same ten meals all year round. This happens for lots of reasons from time pressure to the way food is presented in our supermarkets. They shape and reinforce our repeat behaviour buying habits.  We end […]

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11/06/2021
Is Foraging harmful for the environment?

Myth: Foraging is harmful to the environment and not sustainable and should be avoided for both  personal use and commercial gain. The Wild Food trend continues to grow in the uk, with more and more restaurants and supermarkets offering foraged foods to their customers as the demand for delights like wild garlic, ceps and elderflower […]

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09/06/2021
Foraging Fairytales: Elderflower- Friend of Foe?

Elderflower season has arrived! As with many things in this peculiar year it's a little later than usual, but we don't mind. It's a delight to have the queen of British summertime gracing our fields and hedgerows once again. To celebrate the return of Elder's beautiful blooms, and the release of our bestselling first book […]

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28/05/2021
Quails - The Shocking truth about the unregulated UK Quail industry.

Do you think that your Quail eggs come from Quail that have had a happy life? The shocking truth is that most of them are factory farmed in atrocious conditions.  The vast majority of Quail are farmed intensively in barren battery cages or overcrowded barns. The European Union produces over 100 million Quail, but the […]

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26/05/2021
Foraging Fairytales: Nettles - Love or Hate?

Are nettles the marmite of the foraging world? Since the beginning of time we have had a love hate relationship with these amazing plants. Rubbing up against them with a bare leg definitely makes me share an expletive but when they are served up on the dinner table I am delighted. They are nutritious, free, […]

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21/05/2021
Debunking Outrageous Sugar Myths: You will be Shocked at what you will Discover.

The myth: Sugar is evil, it should be avoided at all costs and replaced with natural sweeteners. Imagine a caveman.  A stone aged hunter gatherer,  struggling to survive after a long hard winter.  It’s early spring and although there are plenty of flowers and blossoms, we are well and truly in the hunger gap and […]

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19/05/2021
Foraging Fairytales: Wild Garlic

 Also known as: Bear’s Garlic, Gypsies Onions or Ramsons/Ramsins. When it comes to wild garlic, I just can’t get enough. Since first scouting it in March, I've spent many a walk lining my (now lightly fragranced) pockets with bushels of the stuff. Unfortunately the season is coming to an end, so I’ll be spending evenings […]

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14/05/2021
The Wonder of Woodlands: Stress Relief and a Strong Drink

How do you quiet your mind?   Stress relief comes in many forms- exercise, meditation, forest bathing are all amazing ways to quiet your mind and connect with yourself.  But I'd be lying if I said I didn’t occasionally indulge in less constructive forms of stress relief- a strong drink.  But there’s a reason people flock […]

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13/05/2021
The Coppicing Cure: Woodlands and Wellbeing

As we’ve been learning this week, nature is one of your biggest allies in getting yourself out of  a slump. Walking, forest bathing- even living near trees is enough to boost mood and lower stress. But unless you’re lucky enough to live in the Bahamas, the chances are you’re no stranger to the gloriously wet […]

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13/05/2021
7 Fascinating Facts About Woodlands and Wellbeing

Our society is becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of getting outdoors.  Many of us have flocked to natural places during the pandemic- finding solace from the stress of nationwide lockdown in local greenspaces. In fact, 45% of people reported that getting out in nature has helped them to cope throughout the pandemic.  We can […]

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12/05/2021
Foraging Fairytales; The Legendary Birch Tree

The changing of the seasons is the most magical time of the year.  As we gently say goodbye to Spring and hello to Summer we notice little signs that the ‘Hunger Gap’ will soon be over, giving way to the ‘Time of Plenty’. We’ve filled our foraging basket with wild garlic, young nettle leaves and […]

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