Foraging in Australia – Follow up article

I enjoy reading the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) online and see that alot of information is being made available on foraging and the benefits of searching for wild foods in our community. This week’s edition of Good Food in the SMH focussed on foraging in Australia by chefs.
Have a look out for wild foods such as:
* Native violets
* Chickweed
* Nettles (they seem to grow everywhere!)
* Nasturtiums
* Warrigal Greens
* Sow Thistle (In Abruzzo we call these “Cascigne”)
*  Wild Mustard
*
Dandelion leaves and roots
* Flatweed
Read the full article here, a great read and I have listed restaurants they recommend as well who practice foraging ..
http://www.pressreader.com/australia/good-food/textview

Foraging-friendly restaurants:

Stanley St Merchants, 78 Stanley Street, East Sydney, 7901 0396,iconpark.com/stanleystmerchants.

Studio Neon, Level 2, 136 Raglan Street, Waterloo, 0405 451 744, studioneon.com.au.

Trolley’d, 0406 837 907, trolleyd.com.

Cornersmith, 314 Illawarra Road, Marrickville, 02 8065 0844, facebook.com/Cornersmith.

In the Annex, 35 Ross Street, Forest Lodge, 02 8041 6536, facebook.com/intheannexcafe.

For information about Diego Bonetto’s edible weed tours and the Wild Food Map, see weedyconnection.com.

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Salad with nasturtium leaves — PHOTO from Sydney Morning Herald article Tues 24 June, 2014