Have you seen wild roses growing in your neck of the woods? If so, keep an eye open for rosehips. Long used in recipes and herbal remedies across Europe and North America, foraging rosehips to make rosehip oil, tea, or other recipes is a wonderful way to enjoy the outdoors, connect with nature and spend quality family time together. Here’s why and how our family forages for rosehips in Canada’s boreal sub-arctic region.
Winter days here can be long, cold, and dark. Rosehip tea (read on for five basic rosehip recipes) provides an excellent source of vitamin C in to help ward off coughs and cold.