What are Fiddleheads—Counter Intelligence
Fiddleheads are the curled frond of a young fern, found in the eastern half of the US. They taste like a cross between asparagus, green bean, spinach, and can be steamed, boiled or sauteed.
-Ladies and gentlemen, presenting the fiddleheads. -Not these fiddleheads. The vegetables. They look like the scrolled end of a violin, hence the name fiddleheads. You'll find them in the Eastern United States during the spring. They taste kind of like these guys and have a crisp texture. You can prepare them however you'd like and they're good for you. So don't forget to eat your fiddleheads.
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