100 million acres of fine do-it-yourself dining.
The Edible Country
Here is an inspiration menu made up of dishes that each represent a season and a part of Sweden, made from healthy and delicious ingredients that you can find, cook and enjoy in Swedish nature. In short, it’s fine do-it-yourself dining.Read more
What's fine do-it-yourself dining?
It’s cooking Michelin food for free, with ingredients that you can find in Swedish nature (okay, you need to bring some salt, butter and honey, but that’s it). Just put on some good boots, a warm jacket and dig in.
Swedish forests are filled with edible treats such as berries, mushroom and greens, and they are best enjoyed in the outdoors.
We are inspired by four Swedish Michelin-starred chefs who despite being from different backgrounds and walks of life, they have a couple of things in common: their love for nature and what it has to offer.Read more
“I try to go out in nature once or twice a week. Swedish nature has affected my way of cooking tremendously”
Jacob Holmström, Michelin Star Chef
Sweden's Right of Public Access entitles you to forage and set up camp almost anywhere you want, as long as you treat flora, fauna and other people's property with respect and care.
With 97 percent of Sweden being uninhabited, you will always be close a natural pantry full of healthy ingredients. The only thing we ask for in return, is that you treat our nature with care.Read more