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Discovery of edible wild plants & cooking

May 28, 2022 - May 29, 2022
Jun 4, 2022 - Jun 5, 2022
Jun 18, 2022 - Jun 19, 2022
St-Cergue - Nature

Do you like nature, plants and cooking? Switzerland has around 3,000 species of plants. Half a day to introduce you to the picking of some easily recognizable wild plants that are commonly encountered on the roads. On registrations

Discovery of wild plants, identify them in a safe way. Each plant evolves in its own environment. After the walk, setting up the "camp" to discover the pleasure of outdoor cooking. Preparation and tasting of some vegetarian dishes made with the harvest of the day. No particular physical condition, the walk takes place on flat ground, about 2.5 km

  • Walk Wild Sabrina Malacorda
  • 1264 St-Cergue - CH

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