Seattle Forager Inspires Others To Learn About Wild, Forgotten Foods
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In another era, this plate of Spanish mackerel topped with wild tamarack, basswood leaves, garlic mustard, fiddlehead ferns, and knotweed might seem cheap. Not anymore. Courtesy of Leif Hedendal hide caption

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Leah Lizarondo. with her hands covered in plastic bags, gathers stinging nettles. Larkin Page-Jacobs for NPR hide caption

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Taming Those Wild, Stinging Backyard Greens Into Dinner
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