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    Chef Frank Giglio blows wood shavings from a hole while tapping a maple tree near his home.

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    Homesteader and chef Frank Giglio collects wild cherry bark while foraging in the woods. He uses the bark to flavor mead.

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    Giglio peels garlic in the kitchen of his home in Thorndike. He lives with his wife and two children in a house that is completely off the grid and gets much of his food from the wild surroundings.

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    Chef Frank Giglio taps a maple tree. He uses sap for syrup and as a base for a root beer mead.

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    Giglio forages with his dog, Riley, in the woods near his home.

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    Giglio grinds acorns to make flour. He went to culinary school in Vermont 20 years ago and worked in restaurants before switching to a job in a health-food store.

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    Chef Frank Giglio collects wild cherry bark while foraging in the woods near his home. He uses the bark to flavor mead.

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    Chef Frank Giglio cuts twigs from a Yellow Birch tree near his home in Thorndike. He uses the twigs to flavor mead.

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    Giglio collects twigs from a yellow birch tree near his home in Thorndike. Giglio, a chef, gets much of his family's food from foraging.

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    Chef Frank Giglio grinds acorns to make flour at his home in Thorndike. Giglio lives with his wife and two children in house that is completely "off the grid" and gets much of his food from the wild surroundings.

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    Chef Frank Giglio forages with his dog Riley in the woods near his home.

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    Chef Frank Giglio tests a batch of mead in the basement of his home in Thorndike.

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    Storage jars and butchering knives adorn an area of the basement of the home of Chef Frank Giglio.

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