Making Bannock in the Woods (a review of Foraging by Mark "Merriwether" Vorderbruggen)

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Making Bannock in the Woods (a review of Foraging by Mark "Merriwether" Vorderbruggen)

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Been a while since I made a proper video. Merriwether reached out to me about his new book Foraging and asked if I'd take a look. So James and I set off to the island and made some berry bannock. It was a good time and the video turned out well.
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Video was pretty good, the birdsong was a nice addition, good choice of music, not enough rain you must have more rain to add reality.
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jeffro wrote: Thu May 19, 2022 2:42 pm Video was pretty good, the birdsong was a nice addition, good choice of music, not enough rain you must have more rain to add reality.
More rain. Got it. I'll make sure to tell production next time.
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