Trésors de la nature : de la cueillette à l’assiette

Two days outside and in the kitchen, learning how to identify local plants and how to cook them for a delicious wild meal!

Why don't you get to know what nature offers you every day?
In early summer, when vegetation is at its blooming best, we suggest we go out together to look for the edible plants of the season!
Using a sensory approach (sight, touch, smell), we will learn how to identify them with certainty and tell them apart from possible toxic cousins. You can also learn about basic botany and the properties of the plants encountered and their various uses. This fun and relaxed approach means that everyone will learn something, whatever their starting level.
We will pick some of them, which we will then cook during the Sunday morning cooking workshop, to prepare a complete wild meal* (aperitif, starter, main course and dessert), which will be nutritious, tasty and original. It will then be time to sit down at the table and enjoy this meal together in a friendly atmosphere!
*ingredients from our own picking and from organic sources.

The time spent together throughout these 2 days will also be an opportunity to address the issues raised by picking wild plants, including precautions, safety instructions, the place of humans in nature and respect for living things.

(Organized for the association "Le Tilleul et l'Eglantier" and hosted by Caroline Calendula)

Minimum age: 10 years

Classification & labels

  • Introductory/discovery
  • Equipment provided

Comforts

Languages spoken

  • English
  • French

Services

Activities

  • Botanical
  • Fauna - flora
  • Gastronomy
  • 2

Capacity

  • 10 people maximum

Opening

From 23/07 to 24/07/2020 between 9 am and 4.30 pm.

Prices

Adult : 175 € Child : 100 €
Price Min. Max.
Adult (from 23/07/2020 to 24/07/2020) €175
Child (from 23/07/2020 to 24/07/2020) €100

Means of payment

  • Cheque
  • Cash
  • Credit transfer
  • Online payment

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