As we said, we have our fair share of hunter-gatherers at large. You’ll probably run into one out on a walk.
Among this lot, you’ll find everyday recipes, courses with shamans and even the odd tip on how to rustle up roadkill.
The world’s most abundant ingredient
Sea salt. Lip-smacking, life-saving, taste-giving sodium chloride. Combed off the Atlantic. Softened by the Gulf Stream. Packaged to a tee. And placed on the table, on holiday. Just for you to tease the taste out of food, then take home. It ought to win an award. It has. Observer Food Monthly (best newcomer).