What Is A Fiddlehead?
A fiddlehead is the tender growth of the Matteuccia Struthiopteris or more commonly known as the ostrich fern. It is a green vegetable that is considered to be a nutritional wonder. The end of a fiddlehead is curled in a tight spiral. This spiral shape resembles the head of a fiddle, hence the name “fiddlehead.”
What Does A Fiddlehead Taste Like?
If you like the flavours of asparagus, spinach, and/or broccoli, then you will love the unique taste of fiddleheads!
Did You Know?
Fiddleheads are often described as one of the “healthiest vegetable’s on earth.”
Fiddleheads have twice the antioxidant activity of blueberries. Fiddleheads are a non marine source of Omega 3 and Omega 6 essential fatty acids. Fiddleheads are also rich in:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin C
- Beta Carotene
Fiddleheads are nutrient-dense. Prepare nutrient-dense meals by adding nutrient-dense superfoods, like fiddleheads to your dishes. Organify your life with wild harvested NorCliff Farms fiddleheads.
To be healthy or unhealthy? The choice is yours.