Spring is here in Florida and I am amazed at the amount of sorrel growing along the highways. There is far more sorrel than a single survivor could forage!
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If you have never tasted sorrel, you will find that it is sour but not unpleasant. I think of it as snack food for the trail – kind of a wild edible that you munch on while walking or working. It contains Vitamin C and should be eaten in small portions, as large quantities can block the body’s absorption of calcium. Sorrel is great in salads and can add a spicy/sour flavor to soups. It can also be steeped into a tea that is good with honey.
Has anyone used sorrel in recipes?
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