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August 29, 2013

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Gillie

Well that's me out to search for some wild horseradish. I like a bit of fire, but I'll pass on chewing the raw root (or the deer testicles for that matter!)

Tracy

We have a lot of the same vegetation to forage for here in Australia (thanks to the British settlers). Not sure about the Arsesmart though.

Paul Kirtley

Hi Nick, nice blog post as ever. I couldn't agree more re water pepper - virtually nobody seems to know what it is, even though it is a common woodland plant. I do enjoy introducing people to it on bushcraft courses though. The look on their faces as the heat kicks in is always a picture...

And you don't need to justify being away from the computer and out in the woods to me! I understand... Glad it's been a good summer for you and HGC.

Cheers,

Paul

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