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DECORATION

We eat with all our senses. It's not just about tasting, the appearance does matter. In an age of instagrammers, the layout of the plate is more important than ever. Often the right presentation is a motivation to try a dish. Since chefs pay more attention to the visual presentation and the unique experience of their dishes, flowers and wild plants are becoming increasingly popular. 

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SWEET VIOLET

collection time

SHOOTS: SPRING

ROOTS:  AUTUMN

The March violet has a sweet delicious aromatic taste. It's been used for a cough since ancient times. It is also sweat-wicking, diuretic and can be consumed as a laxative. (It shouldn’t be used on daily base)

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I asked the other residences at Ruck for a little hand. The look of my sandwiches were getting extremely boring. Over and over the same style… I needed a new creative input in re-styling my sandwiches. Each of them got the same ingredients: Ryebread, cottage cheese, dandelion pesto, some herbs (Chickweed, Sorrel, Wood sorrel, Persian speedwell, Sweet violet, Bird vetch, Lichen) and extras to furnish his slice of bread. Separate from each other.

 

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HOP

collection time

SHOOTS: SPRING

FLOWERS: SUMMER

ROOTS:  AUTUMN

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