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The idea of growing food in cities, often termed urban agriculture (UA), is rapidly becoming a popular concept linked to ideas of sustainable cities. However, for most residents it is a difficult concept to visualize due to the complexity of the built environment. This research uses 32 participatory walks with 150 local residents around a 25-hectare site within east London to explore reactions to the idea of potential UA landscapes. The starting point for walks was the 'edible map'. The edibledoi:10.7480/footprint.6.1-2.747 fatcat:vpwztz5gbze5jm2mjzjf4xwtza