FERAL By Nicolas Querques 

2 Division St,  Acton, Ontario

Cell: 519-731-1570

Email: nick@querques.com

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SITE DESIGN BY NICOLAS QUERQUES 2019

Red pine juniper and common juniper berries.

 

Contact for Foraging Service Price Quote (519-731-1570)  (nick@querques.com) 

 

Blue/black Juniper berries foraged from the Canadian wilderness. Wild Juniper is a staple ingredient in many dishes and drinks and is the signature flavour of Gin. There are roughly 60 different types of Juniper. Most of what we carry is Juniperus communis and occasionally Juniperus virginiana. 

 

Juniper grows abundantly in many places around the world and as such, has become popular with many different cuisines and pairs particularly well with game meats such as venison or moose as well as duck, rabbit, and pork dishes.

 

When cooking with juniper, limit yourself to a few berries per serving. Too many (6 or more berries) can cause some people upset stomachs. Juniper is extremely flavourful so you don't need much anyway.
 

Juniper Berries