Saturday, March 25, 2006

Eat it now: A wild food feast

The Guardian

By Nikki Duffy

If you fancy a walk in the country anytime soon, take a pair of Marigolds and a big bag, and reap yourself a harvest of nettles. There is something hugely satisfying about feasting on wild food you've collected yourself - and few grow with such abundance. Once you've vanquished their sting, nettles are delicious and nutritious. They behave a lot like spinach and can be served in similar ways, but the flavour is less sweet, more earthy.


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