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Foraging Israel- Wild Edibles of Israel with Ronit Peskin

Derech hachoresh, Jerusalem, Israel
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Wonderful Experiance

Ronit is incredibly knowledgeable about Jerusalem and in particular the plants that grow there both... read more

Reviewed April 13, 2018
Juli M
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Useful and fun learning experience

Ronit has a lot of information to impart, and does so clearly and well. It's definitely worth... read more

Reviewed April 8, 2018
Kate C
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Learn all about the wild edible plants in Israel, and how to use them as food or medicine. Cook up delicious Kosher meals using the wild plants you forage. Perfect for birthday parties, family get togethers, school trips, and work events. For those who love nature, like to cook, or simply enjoy new and different experiences. Different style classes available, either geared towards children and families as well as to adults only. Inclusive of those with special needs. Both private and group classes are available. Classes given both in English and in Hebrew, as requested.
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Derech hachoresh, Jerusalem, Israel
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Reviewed April 13, 2018 via mobile

Ronit is incredibly knowledgeable about Jerusalem and in particular the plants that grow there both edible and not. The walk was very informative and she was great with instructing and interacting with my children. The love foraging and using what we learned when we went...More

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Reviewed April 8, 2018 via mobile

Ronit has a lot of information to impart, and does so clearly and well. It's definitely worth bringing a notebook and camera to keep track of the plants and their locales that interest you the most. She's also good at drawing the children's attention to...More

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Reviewed April 8, 2018

Ronit is a knowledgable and energetic guide who leads you on a fascinating tour of the chosen area, showing you what kinds of plants grow in that area, which are edible, and which to stay away from. Its a wonderful way to spend an afternoon,...More

2  Thank Penina T
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Reviewed April 8, 2018

Ronit came to our city, outside of Jerusalem, to conduct a foraging trip. To accommodate families, we went on a path that would be stroller accessible. Ronit showed us how much of the greenery that surrounds us is edible or can be used for medicinal...More

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Reviewed April 8, 2018

I have been on Ronit's foraging walks twice in Modiin with my young children. We had a great time learning about all of the interesting and tasty edible plants right in our backyard. The kids enjoyed running around and snacking as we went along.

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Ronit P, Owner at Foraging Israel- Wild Edibles of Israel with Ronit Peskin, responded to this reviewResponded April 8, 2018

Thank you! It was a pleasure to have you and your children on my foraging classes.

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Reviewed April 8, 2018

I went on the foraging trip led by Ronit and it was fun, relaxing, and informative. First of all, it's always great to be in greenery and my kids ran wild and free. The group itself was very nice and everyone was friendly. I was...More

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Reviewed April 8, 2018

I've been to a few (4? 5?) of Ronit's foraging tours, in different locations (though all in the Jerusalem area) in different seasons of the year. It's less of a "tour" and more of a "class". Although the class lasts over an hour, and takes...More

1  Thank Ruth K
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Reviewed April 8, 2018

I really enjoyed a tour with Foraging Israel, I learned so much, and it was taught in a fun and engaging way. A good off the beaten track activity for people who like nature or foodies who are willing to try new and exciting tastes...More

Thank chanaleib
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Reviewed April 8, 2018

My husband and six-year-old son went on the foraging tour with Ronit in the Ramot forest and came home incredibly happy. My son has not stopped talking about the mustard plants he saw, which he claims are now his favourite. My husband, who already has...More

Thank HayahG
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