Vores historie

Hvordan det hele startede

We’re lucky to live in a place where there aren’t many plants that are harmful but even still we spent a lot of time acquianting ourselves to the local flora and being a chef in Kadeau means having an adequate knowledge of the local plants to be sure we never serve anything we shouldn’t. The way we learned so much was through books, the internet but mostly through connecting with local foragers, park rangers and people who’ve lived off the land for years.

Otherwise I can only offer you the same advice that all foragers will give. Pick how much you need, leave enough of the plant for them to reproduce. If you know it’s safe, taste it. The way we learned so much was through books, the internet but mostly through connecting with local foragers, park rangers and people who’ve lived off the land for years. The practical info that people like this have is often also coloured with the tales they heard when they.

Our garden

Garden for everyone

We’re lucky to live in a place where there aren’t many plants that are harmful but even still we spent a lot of time acquianting ourselves to the local flora and being a chef in Kadeau means having an adequate knowledge of the local plants to be sure we never serve anything we shouldn’t. The way we learned so much was through books, the internet but mostly through connecting with local foragers, park rangers and people who’ve lived off the land for years.

Otherwise I can only offer you the same advice that all foragers will give. Pick how much you need, leave enough of the plant for them to reproduce. If you know it’s safe, taste it. The way we learned so much was through books.

Our ceramics

True craftmanship

We’re lucky to live in a place where there aren’t many plants that are harmful but even still we spent a lot of time acquianting ourselves to the local flora and being a chef in Kadeau means having an adequate knowledge of the local plants to be sure we never serve anything we shouldn’t. The way we learned so much was through books, the internet but mostly through connecting with local foragers, park rangers and people who’ve lived off the land for years.

Otherwise I can only offer you the same advice that all foragers will give. Pick how much you need, leave enough of the plant for them to reproduce.

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