Exploring which flowers can be eaten, their nutritional benefits and recipes.
Latest Activity: Jul 13, 2015
This site has much more than edible flowers and is worth a look.... www.pfaf.org Below is their Edible Flower intro. Their list of edible flowers that follows the…Continue
Started by Fionna Hill Nov 16, 2010.
I have just seen recipe book in which sunflower petals as well as seeds were added to a bread recipe. Could be worth a try.
Thanks Ben for your message on Mioga Ginger flowers etc.
Yesterday was taking photo's of four types of beans with the flowers, green beans, dried pods and seeds. It seemed a waste to throw out the little flowers so I ate them! Guess what?....a mellow bean taste, sounds great for a green salad doesn't it..........for when one doesn't need any more green beans that it.
miy abutilon is the yellow version of the same, Pam.
Pam, fresh abutilon petals are succulent and sweet in a salad. I have been putting calendula petals into green smoothies, orange flecks amongst the green. :)
Calendula petals can be used in many things. I have thrown them into stir fries, yes. They are considered (and sometimes called and sold as) 'poor man's saffron'
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