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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of forage.

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Examples

  • Truly wild mushrooms, those foraged from the wild, are waaayyyy beyond my current culinary scope.

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  • Bananas, foraged from the bush, were served, cooked and raw, a dozen different ways, each one of which he declared was better than any other.

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  • Props Ben Anderson and Kemlo Longstaff put the Irons front row into panic stations with their dynamic scrimmaging, while skipper Alex Sutherland secured an impressive share of lineout ball and flanker Jack South and No 8 Gavin Welsh foraged hard in the loose.

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  • In her bedside table were hundreds of sleeping tablets, painkillers and other drugs she had squirrelled away over the years, and several syringes she must have "foraged" from her time working in a hospital.

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  • This curious culinary career was how I wound up enjoying a succulent nectarine salad with buratta, foraged lettuce, and lambs' quarters.

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  • My guess was the hedgebank they grew on was medieval and the birds had foraged on these trees every winter for 500 years.

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  • We'd been too wasted to stop for supper, but Spooky foraged in the fridge and whipped up a yummy omelet with blue cheese and mushrooms, topped with a chipotle salsa, and French fries on the side.

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  • Until recently, Seattleites had plenty of reasons to feel superior: A diet that includes mushrooms and berries foraged from pristine local forests, a commitment to fixed-gear bicycles, fair-trade coffee, facial hair and the best attendance of any city with a Major League Soccer team in the country by a landslide.

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  • I know it should be irrelevant if a taste is whipped up in a laboratory or foraged in the Arctic Circle, but the fact that something emanates from a specific location and season gives it added resonance.

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  • Mr. Redzepi put Nordic Cuisine on the map with his inventive use of local foraged ingredients; Mr. Bras has focused entirely on his own region, Aubrac in France's Massif Central.

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