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Hunting wild asparagus outside of Barcelona

Foraging for wild foods may not be a very practical way to create your meals, but if you know what to look for, it can be a great way to complement them, as well as to reconnect us with our local food pathways.

In late winter/early spring in Catalonia, Spain, even in suburban areas locals head outside to pick wild asparagus. As faircompanies’ Nicolás Boullosa explains in this video, it just takes 20 minutes before lunch and a stand of pine trees behind your house to set the perfect conditions for semi-urban foraging.

Wild aspargus grows throughout much of North America and Europe and can be found in many humid areas, especially along the edges of fields or streams which get at least 5 hours of sunlight every day.