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Dandelion is just a weed to some, but savvy foragers know how to use it for free food and medicine. We'll share how, plus tips to get rid of excess plants.
Harvesting and Using Dandelion Roots Photo: nuts.com We talk a lot about what can be made from the dandelion flower and stalk. We actually have provided our readers with a number of recipes like these ........ Dad’s Dandelion Wine MIY Dandelion Bread Dandelion Jelly But the dandelion root itself is not only editable but can ...
Although most folks dismiss it as a weed, dandelions are some of the tastiest and nutritious herbs growing wild. This common legume has many medicinal uses.
In our modern world, dandelions are best known as the weed gardeners constantly fight - the pesky yellow flowers that spread all-too rapidly in our lawns. But not that long ago, dandelions were considered an excellent eating herb. In fact, dandelions are considered one of the most nutritious foods you can eat. The leaves are packed with vitamins (A, B, C, and K, particularly), potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc, carotene, and fiber. Dandelion roots have long been used for…
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Did you know that every part of a dandelion plant is edible or that dandelions can be used to make rubber? Read all about fun dandelion facts for kids!
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- • 1 Ginger root medallion
- • 1 Lemon, Juice Wedge
- • 1 tbsp Honey, Raw
- • 4 Dried dandelion flowers