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Eat Your Nettles

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By David Bunting Spring is in the air and the land is turning greener by the day. Plants are racing upwards, driven by warmer temperatures and increasing hours of daylight. The lingering reminders of winter grow shorter and milder. Traditionally, winter's end was a time of depleted food, as crops harvested in autumn and eaten through the cold season ran low. Most people in Northern areas wouldn't have seen any fresh greens since fall. With the arrival of spring, a new crop of early, seasonal greens found their way into salads and cooking pots to revitalize tired bodies and weary souls. These...

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