FERTILISE (verb). to become more productive through the addition of suitable substances.

Foraging, making do, gifting, inventing, re-using and maximizing what foods are available to everyone are all part of this fertilization practice.

PRACTICE FOR Fertilise:


Many of us have had to create new practices of procuring and preparing food as a result of Covid-19. Try our recipes gifted by local residents of food to make at home from ingredients that can be got hold of of easily, home grown or foraged.

What new recipes have you invented with what you have to hand? Share the food and new recipes you have prepared for yourself and others at
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To support others access food we recommend fareshare.org.uk

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* PHUPLEC – Pronounced ‘foo-pleck’. PHUPLEC derives from the Proto-Indo-European perfective *bhuH, meaning to become, grow or appear. From this root word comes the English word future, the Latin futūrus (about to be) and esse (to be), the Greek phuō (I grow / become) and phusis (nature), and the Old English bēo (I become, I will be, I am). Phu- is combined with an abbreviated version of the Old English *plecc (pleck or plack) meaning a plot of land, place, spot or patch.