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Fiddlehead Ferns One reason they're so rare outside of their native regions is that they are not cultivated — only harvested from the wild — and so are only found locally and seasonally. Foraging for fiddleheads is also for experts only: Much like with mushrooms, not all ferns are edible and some are poisonous. They are packed with nutrients and acclaimed for their succulent flavor. Fiddleheads are full of omega-3 fatty acids and fiber, and contain twice the antioxidant quality of blueberries.

fiddlehead salad with sesame vinaigrette

Fiddleheads- a springtime delicacy

lots of fern on the property..must read more about fiddlehead harvesting

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