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Miners Lettuce - Claytonia Perfoliata

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Miner's lettuce is a spring vegetable that is very mild in flavor. The texture is delicate and works very well in salads and sandwiches, and is also a great garnish.
Stinging Nettles - Urtica Dioica

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Stinging nettles are a spring green that has a flavor similar to spinach. Nettles are very nutritious, containing vitamins A and C, as well as iron, potassium, manganese, and calcium. Nettles are versatile and can be used wherever leafy greens are necessary. Please use caution when handling stinging nettles. They contain hollow stinging hairs on their leaves and stems that release histamine and other chemicals which produce a stinging sensation when contacted by humans.
Peppercress

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Wild peppercress is a leafy winter/spring vegetable that has a fresh, bitter, peppery taste. It has a wonderful crunchy texture that works well in sandwiches, salads, soups, and is an excellent garnish.
Fiddle Head Fern - Matteuccia Struthiopteris

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Fiddlehead ferns are a wonderful spring vegetable that when fresh should be bright green, firm in texture, and tightly coiled. Fiddleheads are extremely versatile and easy to use, and are also loaded with vitamins A and C. Their flavor has been compared to that of asparagus. The delicious flavor, elegant visual appeal, and crunchy texture is loved by chefs.
Wild Ramps - Allium Tricoccum

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Wild ramps, also known as spring onions or wild leeks, are a delicious spring vegetable that is native to North America. When fresh, their leaves should be bright green. Any yellowing or withering of the leaves is a sign that they might not be fresh. Chefs love their garlic-like aroma and pronounced onion flavor. Ramps are very versatile and pair very well with eggs and potatoes; They are also excellent pickled, which is becoming a very popular preparation among chefs. Ramps are a true sign that spring is upon us!