The Wild Food Plants of Ireland: The complete guide to their recognition, foraging, cooking, history and conservation, by Tom Curtis and Paul Whelan, has recently been published by Orla Kelly publishing.
There’s a larder of vitamin-rich wild foods growing year-round under our noses.
Who knew that goji berries (lus an mhangaire) grew wild in Ireland? Or wild asparagus (lus súgach) was available on sand dunes from Wicklow to Waterford. This tome could be certainly worth a gander.