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Stinging nettles want you to stay away. They don't warn you with bright red markings or thorns, but the gentlest graze of their stalks or leaves deposits stinging hairs into your skin. Each tiny spike acts as a needle, injecting a cocktail of chemicals that cause burning sensations.  But those willing to take the risk of harvesting of this abundant plant stand to reap a delicious, nutritious reward.
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