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  1. bigfoot

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    If you are looking for a cookbook for your travels, try The Campervan Cookbook.
    There are tasty recipes which can be done on a 2 ring cooker plus some BBQ recipes. It even has information on foraging. RRP is £16.99 but at present The Book People have it for £4.99 ref no. 1065-CAMP
    www.thebookpeople.co.uk

    Not so much a cookbook more a life guide.Especially if you like Vee Dubs
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  2. madbluemad

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    Whats foraging ? Is that sought of plants that you can eat etc, I woudnt trust myself with that.
    Jim
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    I thought foraging was looking through your tins and packets to find the one with the latest use by date when SWMBO has left you on your own:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    It could just as easily be diving into supermarket bins after all the "sell by" stuff had been binned. :Rofl1:
    Jim
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  5. WynandJean

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    There is a £3.95 charge for delivery on this. However Amazon are doing it for £8.50 with free delivery.
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    what you don't pick blackberries, cobbnuts, use wild garlic, dandelion leaves, mushrooms, make nettle soup, laver bread, elderfowers for cordial, or elderberries for wine, Tansey tea or collect cockles, mussels alive alive o, hee hee
     

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