Some of the world’s finest food is foraged: from Michelin restaurants, black truffle dealers, to people putting nutritious food on their family’s table.
These wild and unique foods come in wide varieties. Check out the below list of Five Foraged Foods that we love – links to the products included!
Included in Tama Matsuoka Wong’s Serious Eat’s article about foraged pine, we discovered this recipe created by Miro, pastry chef at Gramercy Tavern in New York City
Wild Muskoka Botanicals is a producer of artisan wild foods and cocktail mixers from Muskoka, Ontario, Canada
Foraged apples to make their signature hard cider in Vergennes, Vermont
Distilled with 22 foraged island botanicals, hand-picked in Islay, Scotland
This husband and wife couple (B&E) forage sap to make their syrup in Westby, Wisconsin