Stinging Nettles

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Stinging Nettles

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Features: Stinging Nettles are a herbaceous plant named for the small stinging hairs on the stems and flowers. The name is no falsity—soak in water before use in order to remove the chemicals that allow handling and consumption without injury.

Species: Urtica dioica

Foraged/Cultivated: Foraged

Origin: Pacific Northwest   

Appearance & Flavor: They are very high in protein and have a flavor similar to a mix between spinach and cucumber when cooked

Season: February–April

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