The healthiest food is the one that is harvested in nature.
In early spring, many species of very healthy wild plants can accumulate on any surface
soil. In addition to enjoying the greenery and fresh air during the harvest, the herbs you pick will take care of both your health and the health of your family.
One of the most common herbs you can pick from nature is dandelion.
Besides dandelion, which is mostly prepared as a salad, you can find bear onions, asparagus and
plain young dandelion leaf salad
To prepare a delicious dandelion salad, the dandelion leaves need to be young and fresh.
We clean and wash the dandelion leaves and put them in a larger bowl. Add oil, salt, sugar, and a little vinegar
Mix everything well and serve fresh. See more about salads here
Nettle in milk sauce
When preparing nettles, make sure they are young.
Boil them in hot water (5 minutes), then drain them, and mix into a porridge. Fry 2 tablespoons of flour in oil until light brown, add a slice of crushed
garlic, then pour some milk, and nettle. Add salt and spices as desired. Boil briefly and put a tablespoon of sour cream near the end.
As it has an intense taste, it is put in salads with vegetables, but I also used it to make soups, sauces, or pesto.
Bears garlic pesto
A quick and easy way to make pesto is to mix chopped herbs with a stick mixer or in a blender with, 0.5 dcl of vegetable or olive oil and 30 g of parmesan until you get a smooth mixture. You can add a little salt, pepper, or some other spice (chili) to the pesto.
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