About Luke Seall

Luke Seall I’m primarily a gardener at the moment. A sustainable one. When I’m not gardening, I’m thinking about how to fix the planet. I thought I should probably try and write about it as well, so here we are.

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Eating Garden Snails

September 9th, 2011 | by Luke Seall

The garden snail. A formidable pest and one that has tormented gardeners for generations. I have experimented with many methods to control or in some cases eradicate these pesky critters, but whatever I try they still feast on my produce before I do. It is infuriating, but being angry at snails does not seem to work. So instead I have turned the problem on it’s head and embraced the garden snail with open arms and an empty stomach. From now on if I catch a snail eating my lettuce, I eat the snail. Simple, sustainable, effective and delicious!

Foraging for beginners

August 19th, 2011 | by Luke Seall

Some people say that there is no such thing as a free lunch. Well I beg to differ. After partaking in a short 1 day foraging course, my eyes have been opened to the world of edible delights growing on my doorstep. Next time you’re on your way to the supermarket, why not have a look in nature’s larder first. Here are some tips to get you going

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