Foraging in Stonehenge: goodbye Paleo, hello Neolithic food

“Oh, what’s that?” I ask. “It’s the same shape as coriander”. “That’s creeping buttercup, and it’s poisonous. You’ve just fallen victim to natural selection,” laughs expert forager Joe O’Leary. “You’re extinct.”We’re in Fargo Wood, a sarsen stone’s throw away from possibly the most famous Neolithic monument in the world, Stonehenge, foraging among the burial mounds for the sorts of food that our ancestors might have taken from the land [ . . .  ]

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