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Seaweed walk near Lahinch

Oonagh gives a lot of information about wild plants and the seaweed. She is enthousiastic to share... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2017
linda d
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Wonderful Outdoor Experience!

We loved going on a wild food foraging and seaweed walk with Oonagh. She was very knowledgable... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2016
Jenny H
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Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

Oonagh gives a lot of information about wild plants and the seaweed. She is enthousiastic to share her love for nature and for me, born in Holland, it was amazing. So thank you very muchfor this adventure. ☘️Linda de Bruijn ( volunteer of CliffofMoherRetreat)

Date of experience: April 2017
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Reviewed 18 October 2016

We loved going on a wild food foraging and seaweed walk with Oonagh. She was very knowledgable, very personable, and very generous with her time! We learned lots about lots of things, from harvesting and cooking nettle seeds to finding a dozen types of seaweed and tasting most of them. Lots of fun! Highly recommended!!!!

Date of experience: October 2016
Thank Jenny H
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Reviewed 3 August 2016 via mobile

Thanks to Oonagh for a wonderful discovery walk along the Atlantic coast on Tuesday. Kids and adults all loved it. We learned so much - couldn't believe there are so many goodies to be had in the hedgerows and that you can eat all those seaweeds. We cooked up a stock that I've been drinking all week - a real energy booster, and we made seaweed crisps and a fab seaweed salad. Today will be herbal tea with honeysuckle and meadows wheat! Thanks Oonagh.

Date of experience: August 2016
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Reviewed 8 July 2016

Had the most amazing and informative seaweed walk with Oonagh from the Wild Kitchen on the beach near Lahinch in Co. Clare. Oonagh is a foraging expert and on the short walk to the beach showed us many hedgerow edibles, some of which we collected and used that evening for dinner. On the beach itself Oonagh showed us how to harvest seaweed properly and identified many different sorts, telling us not only how to use them as food but also their nutritional qualities as well as other uses. Tip: bring a notepad and pen, there's a lot of information to digest! Lunch was included, we thought we'd be eating the seaweed we'd harvested but Oonagh has brought a picnic basket laden with goodies, everything was foraged from the hedgerow and the seashore, dandelion beer, seaweed crackers to name a couple, all super delicious. Having left Oonagh, later on that evening we had a seaweed bbq with our foraged seaweed accompanied by a salad from the hedgerow. Oonagh also does a landwalk which we'll definitely be doing the next time we're in the area. My ten year old son was also in attendance and found the whole morning fascinating. Highly recommended! Thanks Oonagh!

Date of experience: May 2016
Thank S m
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Reviewed 20 June 2016

A wonderful introduction to the native plants and seaside culinary surprises you would never expect to find on your own. The guide, Oonaugh was informative, lovely and knowledgable about her local plant community with a special love and expertise in the world of seaweed. We must have sampled 10 varieties of seaweed just off the oceans edge followed by a unique lunch of finely prepared delicacies from land and sea. What an eye opening experience which made our first few days in west Ireland a memory to cherish.

Date of experience: May 2016
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