A man from Galloway man has had so much success showing people what they can and cannot eat in nature that he has given up his day job to do it full time.
Mark Williams now runs Galloway Wild Foods, taking people out and about in woods around the area.
"It's free food, what could be better?
"But it's free food that's in season and organic, that you've picked yourself, no big company is making the decision for you, you're making the decision for you about what you eat, when you eat it, how you eat it, and you know exactly what's gone into it as long as you pick mindfully ... so it's really lovely and it just adds another dimension to a walk.
"Get out in the wilds, there's free stuff, delicious stuff, interesting stuff, beautiful stuff, it's around us all the time and it's just a question of tuning into it."
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