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  1. photo Oh, <b>Fiddleheads</b>! How to Eat This Delicious Wild DelicacyOh, Fiddleheads! How to Eat This Delicious Wild DelicacyArticle
    in the state of Maine, fiddlehead greens are actually young ostrich ferns whose tender, curled fronds offer an earthy, wild green vegetable taste that is quite unique. Fiddleheads are harvested earlyRead more
  2. photo <b>Fiddleheads</b>: the antioxidant-rich, healthy vegetable with an unusual nameFiddleheads: the antioxidant-rich, healthy vegetable with an unusual nameNews
    Fiddleheads, which are included in many Asian dishes, are also a popular springtime health food in Canada and New England thanks to their powerful anti-inflammatory and hormone-regulating abilitiesRead more
  3. photo 7 Unusual Vegetables to Try This Fall7 Unusual Vegetables to Try This FallArticle
    vegetables for New Englanders, they aren’t commonly seen on the plates of other US residents. Fiddleheads are harvested as the furled fronds of a young fern plant, and as such are foraged in forests whereRead more
  4. photo 7 Spring Vegetables: From Peas to Purple Asparagus7 Spring Vegetables: From Peas to Purple AsparagusArticle
    peas and asparagus to fiddlehead ferns and Vidalia onions, the bounty of spring vegetables will inspire you to try new recipes, taste new things and take advantage of fresh vegetables at every turn. KeepRead more
  5. photo 10 Unusual Fruits and Veggies That You Need to Eat Right Now10 Unusual Fruits and Veggies That You Need to Eat Right NowArticle
    like this recipe for Veggie Slaw with jicama. 5. Fiddleheads: I saved my favorite of the unusual fruits and veggies for last: fiddleheads. Here in Northern New England we find these small ferns growingRead more
  6. photo Foraging 101: Edible Wild Plants from the City to the ‘BurbsForaging 101: Edible Wild Plants from the City to the ‘BurbsArticle
    If you think foraging is all about hipster restaurants overcharging for dishes with Fiddlehead ferns and wild ramps, think again. Foraging for edible wild plants is more than just a food trendRead more
  7. photo 7 Fresh Ways To Eat Your Veggies7 Fresh Ways To Eat Your VeggiesArticle
    Zucchini Spinach Green Onion Fiddlehead Fern Sausage Leek Onion Garlic Asparagus Fontina Cheese Artichoke Portobello Sundried Tomato Shallot CROQUETTES You like eggs? Check. How about bread crumbsRead more

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Fiddlehead fern

Fiddleheads or Fiddlehead greens are the furled fronds of a young fern, harvested for use as a vegetable. Left on the plant, each fiddlehead would unroll into a new frond (circinate vernation). As fiddleheads are harvested early in the season before the frond has opened and reached its full height, they are cut fairly close to the ground.[citation needed]Fiddleheads have antioxidant activity,...More