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It's OK to get lost once in a while and see what nature is growing.
I may be leading a class, but you have no idea how much YOU teach me. Wild salad crafting with local invasives like freshly picked chickweed, radish & thistle shoots.
There's no limit to us and what we can do. Surprise me! Bahn mi with rattail radishes and quail eggs.
Making a simple socca (chickpea) crepe to go with our wild greens. Anyone can do it, but you can make it special.
Taking what the season offers and turning these local invasives into something you love. Here, curly dock "saag."
Watercress salad on-the-fly with pickled quail eggs and wild currant dressing.
If you stop and take the time to be present, you would see what's right in front of you.
Combining flavors you wouldn't think of, nature lets you explore. Chocolate, sage and elderberry.
PRIVATE CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
LEARNING TO IDENTIFY, COOK & EAT WILDFOOD
Each season, wildfood pops up in your backyard and on your property. One of the true joys of communing with nature is to be able to identify common plants that grow wild and learn more about how to use them. One man's weeds are another's gourmet creation. We teach basic plant-ID and preparation, as well as more advanced gourmet workshops for the adventurous. Book your private class or workshop for a family event, special occasion or corporate retreat on your private property or garden. Plant-ID walks minimum 15 and cooking workshops minimum 10 people.
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Mia has been cooking with wild plants for the past 7 years, has foraged for some of L.A.'s top restaurants and brings her knowledge of seasonal forages along with her culinary skills as a chef to create practical, hands-on classes and workshops that allow you to see the potential and abundance in nature and out it to use in your own kitchen. Beginner students and culinary community welcome. There's always something to learn and collaborate on. How to book a class? Send me a note!
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
+ HOW TO IDENTIFY &
SUSTAINABLY GATHER WILDFOOD
+ THE WILD FOOD SEASONS &
+ PREPPING, COOKING & PRESERVING
CLASSES & WORKSHOPS FOR:
+ FAMILY GATHERINGS
+ CORPORATE RETREATS
+ SOCIAL CLUBS & GROUPS
+ CLASSROOMS & KIDS
LEARN Private Plant-ID Classes | Wildfood Cooking Workshops