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South Koreans picking bracken in the Lake district for food

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    Julia Parks


    I’m a photographer, currently working on a photographic project documenting young bracken, the kind found on mountain sides throughout the lake district.

    I showed a friend a number of the images I had taken from last year and she told me, when she lived on a farm in Ennerdale (Cumbria) in the 1980’s people would say that South Koreans would pick and tin young bracken from the Lake District. I thought this was quite an intriguing story – but unfortunately she does not know if it is true or not and I have not found anything on the internet about this, although I know young bracken is eaten across East Asia. I was wondering if anyone may know more about this story?

    I look forward to hearing from you,
    Many thanks


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