- leaves are edible raw.
- leaves can be chopped into water with sugar to make lemonade-like drink.
- plants can be cooked.
- plants were traditionally boiled with berries and/or salmon roe and poured into thin cakes.
- grows in moist, open areas in montaine, subalpine and apine regions.
- warning: eat raw plant in moderation due to oxalates, which interfere with nutrient absorption.