May 28, 2016 4:30am CST
Blanched and.mixed with tomato or salted egg. Fiddlehead fern or pakô. This fern is edible. These greens are.known to be a good source of vitamins and minerals, fatty acids.too. They.don't grow here in my area, so eating them.is not.that much unless someone.from my other hometown. And widly grown near the mountains. Have you had this.edible fern?
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28 May 16
I have checked the nutrient on this veggie, still moringa gets the upperhand and we don't have fern. Today I just cooked a soup with mustard green, bock choy, okra, belle pepper and carrots. but most of the time, moringa. It's vitamin A equals the cabbage type veggie.
Fiddlehead ferns are young, tender, tightly furled new-growth shoots of fern family plant, usually of ostrich fern. The curly fronds have a delicate flavor with distinctive nutrition profile comprising of antioxidants, omega-3 essential fatty acids, and vi
29 May 16
@crazyhorseladycx i asked the lady who brought this ferns if they are still.around some areas...not affected with the concreting the roads etc..she said..not yet on some parts. Went to the place last year, and i have seen how the village has changed. Like looking for that river and those wild guavas ;(