- Redeemable: 04/07/2017 - 04/07/2019
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Ready to go wild? For over twenty years, we've been taking people out to eat — outside, that is. Join us "off the eaten path" as we uncover the Garden of Eden all around us. Tours available daily, year-round, by arrangement. On this woodland shopping spree, our expert guides will show you how to safely identify, appreciate, and savor wild plants, mushrooms, and other extreme cuisine. You'll learn about wild foods cooking, home remedies, home brews, and more.
Discover how easy it is to "take in the landscape." Walks are short and easy; all ages welcome. Our introductory e-book is included and all equipment is provided. Simply go "out to eat" and take your pick: that evening, learn how to prepare your finds yourself or let one of five top Asheville restaurants do it for you — and enjoy a free appetizer with your meal featuring your very own "catch of the day.”
No Taste Like Home was founded in 1995 by internationally-known forager Alan Muskat. We have been featured on Bizarre Foods and are ranked one of five best travel experiences by Southern Living. We are located in the richest temperate ecosystem on the planet. We founded the first "forage-to-table" program in the United States and the first wild foods public education program in the world.
Wild food is the ultimate local, natural food. Ideal for people and the planet, it is more healthful, sustainable, novel and flavorful than its garden variety descendants. At nature's supermarket, the produce is always organic, fresh, and free. Know where your food comes from. Learn to gather your own. You'll be glad so few people do!
For a taste of the wild life, forage ahead and experience the life of a modern hunter-gather firsthand. It's a unique experience in find dining, a memorable lesson in high-class survival.
Ready to go WILD? Join us for a trip "off the eaten path." You'll learn how to safely gather edible wild plants, mushrooms, and other "extreme … more