Wild Harvesting Mushrooms and Making Mushroom and Ginger Bone Broth

Asher Cloran

Asher Cloran

Asher Cloran works with science, interactive learning, and human development to educate parents and teachers on Nature connection and how to integrate Nature connection into family life and classrooms.

It is Autumn time and all of the forests mushrooms are making their proud appearance.

Nourishing Bone Broth is a great way to deliver yummy, warming nutrition for yourself and the family.

It is also a great way for children to explore anatomy and the realities of nature, and food.

So often in our civilized western culture, we are removed from the processing of our food.

Because of this we have skipped on the ESSENTIAL nutrition of bones and organs, and we are NOT as healthy as we can be , culturally, because of it.

Making Bone Broth is an easy place to start introducing the foods of our grandparents, back to our children.

In the video I harvest a few types of wild mushroom and I use them in the soup.

I detail that in China the lowest incidences of breast cancer in the whole of China – comes from the biggest mushroom eaters in the country.

I go into a little about how those healthy Chinese consume the mushrooms!

Obviously mushroom picking takes care and knowledge, but it is not dangerous when you know what you are doing.

Some short trips onto the internet can provide all of the information you need to ID mushrooms effectively.

Share the video if you know someone who is wanting to get into picking mushrooms, or wants to make a bone broth.

In the face of mainstream nutritional philosophies that are grain focused, and speak little of the essential nutrition found in bones and organs, we must seek to preserve our ancient food heritages that built the genetic strength of our ancestors.

Book a free session with Asher, if you want to make more discoveries about how you can transform or enliven your connection with nature – for You and the Children!


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