Eating weeds

When everyone was panic-buying in March I saw some stinging nettle springing up in our backyard and decided to leave it there rather than weed it out. Stinging nettle is a highly nutritious food. It has anticarcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties as well as being high in calcium and iron. How do you eat it… Continue reading Eating weeds

Stinging Nettle Soup

Just over our back fence is a┬áprolific jungle of stinging nettle. I have always viewed stinging nettle as a bit of a nuisance because touch it with your skin and it's very unpleasant, leaving a stinging sensation for sometimes a day or two. However I recently┬ádiscovered that the leaves of stinging nettle are super┬ánutritious because… Continue reading Stinging Nettle Soup