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08/04/2017

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mardelle

Nettles??? I cannot imagine. Isn't nettles a plant? I'm going to try and google it.
It's beautiful by the way.

mardelle

I did google it - More common than i thought. It's been used for centuries. Some Italian fashion houses are beginning to use it in high end clothing. You are way ahead of the game. PS: I do love nettle soup in the early spring.

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