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Date and time
Date: 2020-08-30
We start at 10:00, and end at 13:00


Curious about nature's own pantry?

Do you want to learn more about what nature can offer when it comes to edible plants and what you can do with them? Then you are warmly welcome to nature walks and to Herresta Lada on Sunday 30 August.

Åsa Johansson, an experienced and inspiring expert on wild edible plants, will teach us what to pick and what not to take home. She will also show you how to cook different dishes from what we have picked with us and we will also get to taste some examples of ready-made dishes.

During the day we offer the following (of course corona adapted):
• Collection at Odensala church, welcome drink - Aroniashot
• Introduction, guidance and question time
• Joint tour of the nearby nature with instructions. NOTE! Bring your own bag / basket for self-picking
• Own time for self-picking based on tips and data
• Recollection at Herresta Lada for presentation of different recipes
• Prepared tasting plate - August-nature's own tapas plate!
• Recipes to take home and book tips (also sent by e-mail)
• Closing question time

Date and time

Sunday, August 30 from 10:00 to 13:00

Place

Start at Odensala Church and then we continue at Herresta Lada

Award

SEK 250 per person (max 16 participants, min 8 pcs)

Registration

Email your registration to tord@herrestalada.com and confirm it by payment via Swish: 0702011430 (Tord Olsson). The last day to register is August 26.

Any cancellation must be made no later than 48 hours before the start time of the day, after which it is binding. In the event of bad weather, we will return with suggestions for a new time. If you do not know this date, you will of course get your money back. Feel free to spread this to others you think might be interested.

If you have any questions, please contact us:
• Åsa: asalillian@hotmail.se, 070 -572 46 86
• Tord: tord@herrestalada.com, 070-201 14 30

Briefly about Åsa

Åsa is a biologist at heart with a special interest in wild plants for many years. She is a trained nature guide through the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation and has held many guided tours with plants in focus in different parts of the country. Edible wild plants is an important area as she has a passion for both the wild pantry and cooking!