Warning - Edible Britain


Not everything you see on this site will be edible, even those categorised as edible. This is for several good reasons:

1. Some foods require special preparation, such as cooking. Acorns, for example, have been used to make a coffee-like drink, but you wouldn't want to eat one.

2. Some parts of a plant may be edible, while other parts are poisonous.

3. You may have a bad reaction to foods you have never tried before. Try small amounts of new foods first.

This site is NOT intended to teach you how to eat wild food. It is intended as a library of photos to help you identify specific species.