I remember going to the countryside with my parents about 15 years ago and passing by the Sovkhoz Lenin, a former soviet state-run farm. My parents told me that you could pick strawberries there and that they paid in berries: pick ten buckets and take one home. It seemed very exciting to me, but I never made it to the Sovkhoz. However, I found this opportunity here, in Hungary, and an even better one: there are many farms where you can come to pick not only strawberries but also raspberries, cherries, peaches, and even walnuts, grapes, and figs. I tell you where and how.