Ontario Foraging, Foraging, Wild edibles, Wild Mushrooms, Stratford restaurants, oyster mushrooms, morels


Tickets can be purchased with interac money transfers or PayPal. An electronic gift card will be sent to you along with a receipt. For more information phone 519-271-3726 or email us at pucksplenty@gmail.com.

Unless otherwise noted, our foraging treks run approximately 3 hours
and are limited to 15 particpants.


Upcoming 2017 Events

April ~ May ~ June ~ July

Our 2017 season opens April 22nd & April 23rd
running every Saturday & Sunday
until mid November. Details will be posted soon.

See you in the Spring!



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The opening of our new season finds us searching for one of Nature's delights . . . wild leeks. These versatile plants are one of the first wild edibles to appear in the Spring and are highly sought after by chefs, hikers and foragers. Their garlic like taste adds an amazing compliment to meals. Recipes are endless.

Join us on trails only twenty minutes from Stratford as we search for these and other plants from Nature's bounty.

Find out why Travel and Leisure Magazine rated Pucks Plenty as one of the top foraging spots . . . in the world!

Start time: 10:00 am
Where: 96 Birmingham Street, Stratford, Ontario N5A 2S9
Cost: $35.00/person



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Along with wild leeks, trout lilys and marsh marigolds, we also search for the delectable day lily. At this time of year their shoots are perfect. Tender with a nutty taste, they are the perfect order for salads, stir fry, soups and stews. Our favourite method of cooking is to steam them. Amazingly, they taste quite similiar to asparagus
and they're not $4.95 a pound.

We'll take to trails only 20 minutes drive from Stratford to harvest these wild delicacies.

So bring your knives, shovels and backpacks and let's start cooking!

Start time: 10:00 am
Where: 96 Birmingham Street, Stratford, Ontario N5A 2S9
Cost: $35.00/person



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Although Japanese Knotweed (pictured here) is classified as "invasive" it is one of the more tantalizing wild edibles that appear in early Spring. It's tart taste is similar to rhubarb and can be used in much the same way. Young shoots are perfect in pies or crisps and can be made into a healthy tea.

Join us on trails 20 minutes from Stratford as we collect these and other healthy edibles such as wild leeks, day lily shoots, wild ginger and more.

There's a reason Travel and Leisure Magazine and Marriott International listed Puck's Plenty as one of the top foraging spots in the world.

Start time: 10:00 am
Where: 96 Birmingham Street, Stratford, Ontario N5A 2S9
Cost: $35.00/person



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Yet another invasive plant is garlic mustard which poses a serious threat to native forest plants and is a bane to gardeners. One sollution to control this pest is to simply eat it. In early Spring the top baby leaves and flowers are absolutely delicious. The taste resembling arugula or rapini. It's wonderful eaten raw or added to soups and stews. We'll search for these and other wild edibles such as wild leeks, wild ginger, trout lilys and day lily shoots. Trails are only a 20 minute car ride from Stratford inside beautiful landscapes of Southwestern Ontario.

Start time: 10:00 am
Where: 96 Birmingham Street, Stratford, Ontario N5A 2S9
Cost: $35.00/person


Puck's Plenty
96 Birmingham Street, Stratford, Ontario N5A 2S9
Telephone: (519)271-3726
Or email us at pucksplenty@gmail.com


Puck's Plenty Forging Tours is pleased to announce our Forage & Feast Events for 2017.
Puck's Plenty
96 Birmingham Street, Stratford, Ontario N5A 2S9
Telephone: (519)271-3726
Or email us at pucksplenty@gmail.com

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