Dandelions, the most misunderstood and under-appreciated “weed’ in the world, well that may be a bit over the top, but you get my drift.
This is urban food foraging at its most basic. You may not even have
to leave your own property to gather this most versatile plant. If you
are a home owner and have a lawn, the odds are good you have a handy
supply of dandelions.
Now you may have spent hours, each summer, in vain attempts to make
the dandelion go away, but somehow, no matter what you do it keeps
Now you can give up the struggle and start reaping the rewards that
nature has been putting in front of you for all those years and rather
than doing battle, go and get some supper.
are one of the season’s first edible arrivals and the ragged leaves add
a distinctive appearance to the meal. They are best picked when young.
Dandelion greens are high in vitamin A in the form of antioxidant carotenoid and vitamin C.
What looks like a dandelion, arrives even earlier in the spring and is also edible?
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
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