On Saturday, the 3rd day of the 2012 Malvik Permaveggies course, we went down to the beach to forage wild vegetables and seaweeds for dinner. I had planned that we would walk out to Malvikodden, but there was so much to see and talk about that we didn’t get more than a couple of hundred metres! The participants were given a species list for Malvik Bukta (Malvik Bay) which has as many as 199 species of higher plants (excluding algae/ seaweeds) of which as many as 164 have been used for food somewhere in the world. We didn’t find the elusive species no. 200! Almost all are perennials!

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