Now that you have learnt How to Identify Stinging Nettles, this post will teach you how to prepare and cook it.
Scroll down or “Continue reading →” to see what I did to make this delicious garlic sautéed stinging nettles
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I thought I’ll do a part 2 of the Edible Weed series.
Check out part 1 which is Sow Thistle
Currently we have sow thistles and stinging nettles in abundance.
Hence I thought I’ll share with you how we harvest and prepare it.
What does it taste like? Spinach without the need to care for it;)
Base on Base on healing weeds blog stinging nettles are rich in iron, silicon, magnesium, potassium, vitamins A and C. Dried nettles may contain up to 40% protein.
Stinging nettles are known for medicinal their qualities such as
NOTE: PLEASE use gloves when handling stinging nettles as they will sting you! If you scroll down you’ll see the silicon stingers.
Scroll down or “Continue reading →” to see more photos on how to identify the stinging nettles and nutrition information.
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Due to popular request, here are photos and information about our home-grown sow thistle.
I am not an expert, I like to share what I have learnt and experimented on ourselves=p
Please scroll down or click “continue reading” for more photos and information about sow thistle.
I thought best to show you different views and close-ups of the weed so that it’ll help you identify it yourself:)
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