Every week the Z will post a question to all you fans about what you think about this or that. It could be a national craze or just a hot topic on the station for the week. You hear our thoughts on the airwaves and we're bringing it to the internet with our 'Tell the Z' weekly poll.

Check out this week's question below and see how the DJs (Kid, Sarah and Cori) answered below.  You ready?  Let's do this.

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Let your thoughts be known:


Fiddlehead foraging is happening now across the State of Maine. Do you enjoy fiddleheads?


No. I can't even look at them without getting nauseous. They are so visually unappealing, but for whatever reason, people around these parts are obsessed with them. I'd rather starve to death. Does that sum it up? Haha


No. I say no but, I don't recall ever trying them so, that no could easily turn into a yes. I don't mind spinach, asparagus and broccoli now as an adult and my understanding is that fiddleheads are pretty similar to those tastes so, there's a future for fiddleheads in my household. But, for now, I will just put a no.


Yes. I've never prepared them myself, but I've eaten them. They are delicious! I had them with butter and I've had them with vinegar. Not sure which I prefer, but they were both really good!

Alright, Z Nation, now it's your turn to answer this week's Z Nation Sound Off question.

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