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Loch Fyne Food Fair promises to be a memorable weekend

LOCH Fyne Food Fair, May 14-15, next to the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar.

From shucking to seaweed: interactive events have been added to Scotland’s longest running food festival programme.

With two weeks to go until the return of Scotland’s longest running food festival – an exciting programme of interactive workshops has joined the lineup.

Tapping into the growing interest for foraged and ‘wild foods’, a workshop, run by Duncan Smallman from Slate Island Seaweeds, will help participants identify different types of seaweed and explore their uses.

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