Wild bracken pickles are made from the young shoots of bracken fern which is also known as fiddlehead fern. Bracken ferns are a unique and delicious wild food that is only available during spring when the young shoots of certain species of ferns grow. These ferns are harvested when they are still tightly coiled, resembling the head of a fiddle or violin, hence the name "fiddlehead ferns." They are considered a delicacy in many culinary traditions, particularly in North America, Europe, and Asia. Fiddlehead ferns offer a delightful combination of flavors. They have a slightly nutty and earthy taste, often compared to asparagus or green beans. The texture is crisp and tender, with a slight crunch. Wild bracken pickles allow anyone to experience the delicious taste of bracken fern year-round.