Jul 21, 2021
#52 Mike King - Finders Eaters: Foraging Wild Plants in New Zealand
Mike King is a professional forager and founder of Finders Eaters. He's on a mission to discover the unique and unusual flavours of New Zealand's native plants. Some of his discoveries will open your mind to a new world of edible goodness that's all around us.
If you are interested in learning more about edible plants that you can find in the bush, at the beach and even in your own backyard, you'll get a lot out of this episode.
*Check out the Finders Eaters website here (you can book foraging tours in Kāpiti and Wellington)
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Check out the episode of Country Calendar featuring Mike here
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