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I’ve been thinking about foraging on Sundays especially while hiking and picking enough to make a wine/cider out of whatever berries I find. It’s theA Woman Cannot Survive On Wine Alone She Also Needs Pickleball Shirt. I grew up in the countryside so I used to go mushroom picking. That’s quite interesting. Some people in my family in France also forage for truffles and have substantial veg gardens. My English grandmother used to make wine with forage. Thinking about it… nice memories! In all honesty, the reward is only there if you feel it’s a fun hobby. I don’t see much financial reward from it. If anything it can cost more… I do love finding wild thyme when I’m in the south of France, that stuff is amazing to cook with and you can’t buy it.