Foods to Forage in November

nov-leaves2Well. it seems that Autumn has well and truly arrived. The leaves are turning wonderful shades of orange and gold, the mornings are swathed in an eerie misty veil and the Guy Fawkes bonfires are stacking up all around us. November is a beautiful time to forage, especially in the woods. Even if you go out and find nothing, you will have had a day filled with beauty, colour and crisp damp air.

Early Autumn Woodland Foray

Early Autumn Woodland Foray

So what should you look for out and about in November?  Here is a list of November’s main attractions on the foraging stage. You may notice that it is very fungi-heavy, not surprising though as October and November is high mushroom season and low season for most other foods.

Foods to Forage in November

Blewit

Cauliflower Fungus

Beautiful autumn colour in the woods close to our cottage.

Beautiful autumn colour in the woods close to our cottage.

Cep

Chanterelle

Chickweed

Fairy-ring Champignon

Field Mushroom

Giant Puffball

Honey Fungus

Horse Mushroom

Jew’s Ear

Medlar (after first frost)

Oyster Mushrooms

Rosehip

Safron Milk Cap

Shaggy Inkcap

Sweet Chestnuts

Velvet Shank

Walnut

Hedgehog Mushrooms 

Not mushroom for much more … hehe

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