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Edible Flower Borage  Adds Zesty Cucumber Taste!

Edible flower Borage adds a cucumber taste to salads, dips and cold soups. You can even freeze flowers in ice cubes to add flavor and unique decorative drinks.

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Edible Spring Flowers

From SAVEUR Issue As springtime flowers bloom, we're bringing the edible ones into our kitchen. From herbaceous blossoms to textured sprigs, flowers add sweetness or spice to a variety of dishes. Keep reading

Cucumber Salad with Borage Flowers from Healthy Green Kitchen.

Cucumber Salad with Borage Flowers from Healthy Green Kitchen. Well, cucumber salad is tasty, and borage flowers are somewhat tasty and pretty, so why not?

Tulbaghia violacea 'Society garlic' The flowers and leaves of this pretty purple plant have a delicious garlicky taste and are perfect for revving up salads. The plant's nickname is said to arise from the fact that it was considered less likely to cause bad breath than traditional garlic - thus making it acceptable to eat when attending polite society functions.

Gourmet garden: 10 delicious edible flowers to grow

50 Delightful Edible Flowers

Want to know about more than 50 flower blossoms you can eat? We thought you might, so take a look at our list and descriptions of more than fifty edible flowers, and ways to use them in your kitchen.

Edible flower - Clovers have a sweet, anise-like taste. High in protein, these petals are not easy to digest when raw, but this can be remedied by boiling them in water for 5 to 10 minutes.

Edible flower - Clovers have a sweet, anise-like taste. High in protein, these petals are not easy to digest when raw, but this can be remedied by boiling them in water for 5 to 10 minutes.

Edible Flower Recipes : Candied Pansies, Herbal Butter & Floral Confetti - Video

Edible Flower Recipes : Candied Pansies, Herbal Butter & Floral Confetti - Video - How to Be Sustainable

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