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Skull Gang Foraging Club: Damsons In Distress

From here on in it’s pretty much a fruit fiesta. Apples, elderberry, sloe, blackberries, fruit is everywhere. And fruit is the central ingredient in jam.

Skull Gang Foraging Club: Foraging Firearms From France

The Skull Gang (all of them) went to France and somehow procured a firearm, the tricky thing was ‘foraging’ it back into the country with them.

Skull Gang Foraging Club: Wild Wales

Foraging the Welsh for all they are worth.

Skull Gang Foraging Club: Flower Fritters

Grandpa Charlie used to make Elderflower wine each Christmas. He drank it throughout the day, until he fell forward out of his chair and slept on the rug.

Skull Gang Foraging Club: Lurchie Gets Wet For Fennel

Fennel is pretty special. You can use it to steal fire from the gods. It was one of the nine sacred herbs of Woden (the pagan dude with one eye)

Skull Gang Foraging Club: Seafood STI’s

We had come for their oysters. Apparently Whitstable oysters are some of the best in the world. The only oysters on sale were Irish ones. Ireland is a long way from Kent.

Skull Gang Foraging Club: Horses, Horses, Horseradish

Horseradish can be found around London quite readily, but this horseradish was found near horses to take the equestrian vibes to unknown levels.

Skull Gang Foraging Club: Ramson Radness

The Skull Gang went to Cambridge to hunt for ramsons (wild garlic). They walked on their grass, ignored their signs, and foraged the fuck out of their land.

Skull Gang Foraging Club: Meet Lurchie Longtooth

A lurcher is hunting dog, generally a cross between a sight hound and another dog. Lurchie Longtooth is a cross between saluki greyhound, Irish wolfhound, whippet, and labradoodle (half Labrador, half poodle).

Skull Gang Foraging Club: Nettles For Your Nuts.

This week the Skull Gang brave the most annoying plant in the outside world, the stinging nettle to bring you nettle soup.


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