Jadalania Warszawa 9: Pictures Aug 312013 Today we tackle the scarp The map-table in the center of the castle Paper maps for the road We start in front of the castle Picking Sow thistle (mlecz), plus a little ground ivy (Bluszcz kurdybanek). Also find some cat’s ear (Prosienicznik), We talk about the difference between the three. Smell first! Unfortunately it wasn’t wild rocket. It’s a beautiful day!!!! Behind the castle we find one wild rocket plant, plus some ground elder (podagrycznik) Time to go into the wild. There didn’t USED to be a fence here… Pondering the many styles of lambsquarters (lebioda). It’s steep. Steep Steep At the bottom, there are many wonders. One of them is elderberry (czarne bez). Deep looking, deep rewarding. This sums up the beauty of Warsaw. Picking nettles — again! Down the scarp. We are getting hungry now. We pick some herbs from Iga’s beautiful edible exhibtion in the center of the caste. ???? Sorting and cleaning the greens. Our beautiful salad. Robert cooks nettles on his amazing homemade stove Time to eat. Someone brought this nalewka made from sea buckthorn! Delicsious. Our map, updated. August 31, 2013 Posted by Jodie Baltazar No Responses Jadalnia Warszawa, WILD EDIBLE PLANTS Tagged with: Center of Contemporay Art, Centrum Sztuki Wspólczesnej, collaborative art, cooking, CSW, CSW Ujazdowski, CSW Zamek, foraging, Jadalnia Warszawa, Museum of Contemporary Art, plant identification, Poland, Polska, public space, urban ecology, urban exploration, W polsce, Warsaw, Warszawa, wild food Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.