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Tucker cooks a squirrel and wood sorrel roots with henbit and dandelion.
While foraging, Moreno scopes the area for edibles like wild sea asparagus and salty and citric wood sorrel, all ingredients the chef utilizes to reimagine food preparation.
Early September is the tail end of Norway’s raspberry season, and Kontrast is serving its nearby berries now with a homemade, pale-green sorbet made of yogurt and tangy wood sorrel.
In India’s Western Ghats, for instance, locals recognize three separate species of the genus Biophytum, a leafy little plant in the wood sorrel family, where the scientists long noted only one.
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