Well, maybe not strictly speaking freeganism as there were definitely no waste-bins involved - more of an attempt at foraging.
One of our regular walks takes us through an abandoned orchard. Kent, our county, is known as the Garden of England and used to be a major apple producer. Many of the orchards are now housing estates :-( but this one has a footpath running through it and appears to have been neglected for years.
The trees haven't been cared for for a long time, are moss-ridden and unpruned.
Yet still they continue to produce fruit, much of which lies underfoot.
It's quite odd to walk on a bed of apples. At first you try to avoid them, but it's not possible! It's almost like bathing in cider, the smell is very strong in places.
Nature in her wisdom has entwined brambles between the trees, so we were able to pick not just apples, but blackberries too!
I made three crumbles.
One for last night, and two for the freezer. This recipe is similar to mine, but I like to replace half the flour with porridge oats, it adds texture and flavour.