Seashore Foraging

winter foraging

These images were taken by Deborah Luhrman during her wild food foraging course.

Deborah Luhrman just published a great article on her experiences with a seashore foraging class she took on a Californian beach near Monterey Bay. The class was taught by lifelong seashore forager Dennis Judson. The best part about her summary is that many of the sea vegetables and seafood mentioned, like nori, ulva sea lettuce, alaria, limpets, sea urchins, abalone, and muscles, all grow in healthy quantities right here in the Puget Sound and San Juan Islands. Her summary also included some gourmet recipes for a lot of the seafood that she harvested on her excusion.

Even in winter time, the bounty of the sea can consistently put food on the plate of a willing forager.

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Seashore Foraging and Wild Food Walks
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