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Cross-Continental Road Trip! With mushrooms, of course.

This post isn’t so much about food. It is the retelling of the adventure that brought me to my newest, food-intensive home on a farm in Cobble Hill on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia. It’s been a while since I have written. I’ve been busy. I’ll refrain from apologizing, but I assure you there are many food-related posts to come as I explore a new region, new skills, and a novel existence on the farm. Stay tuned!


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Just came back form a three days mushroom-a-ganza! Headed out with the new-ish Nova Scotia Mycological Society for their third annual foray. We had four expert mycologists, and 50+ participants working together to collect, identify, eat, grow, learn about, and catalogue over 100 species throughout the weekend. The foray was held at White Point Inn by the south-east coast of Nova Scotia and the white capped waves of the Atlantic. Bliss

Find out more about the foray by reading my piece for Good Food Revolution