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Why Should You Eat Dandelion Greens

I have had these bitter leaves and flowers in salads and other recipes, but I am all about learning new ways to preserve foods. I tried the dandelion tea using fresh dandelion leaves and decided to try dehydrating dandelion leaves to make tea. It is delicious and perfect for storing long term.

I have had these bitter leaves and flowers in salads and other recipes, but I am all about learning new ways to preserve foods. I tried the dandelion tea using fresh dandelion leaves and decided to try dehydrating dandelion leaves to make tea. It is delicious and perfect for storing long term.

Dandelion and burdock beer - being perennial, these are available all year, but it is important to collect them only when the leaves are visible so that you do not confuse them with anything nasty. Recipe by John Wright.

Dandelion and burdock beer

Dandelion and burdock beer - being perennial, these are available all year, but it is important to collect them only when the leaves are visible so that you do not confuse them with anything nasty. Recipe by John Wright.

Make Delicious Seasoned Dandelion Leaves Chips Recipe - Wild Food Foraging - Free Food - Homesteading  - The Homestead Survival .Com

Make Delicious Seasoned Dandelion Leaves Chips Recipe - Wild Food Foraging - Free Food - Homesteading - The Homestead Survival .Com

Sauteed Carrots, Dandelion Leaves and Violet Leaves with Argan Oil »   Dandelions: prevent or cure liver diseases, such as hepatitis or jaundice; act as a tonic and gentle diuretic to purify your blood, cleanse your system, dissolve kidney stones, and otherwise improve gastro-intestinal health; assist in weight reduction; cleanse your skin and eliminate acne; improve your bowel function, working equally well to relieve both constipation and diarrhea.

Sauteed Carrots, Dandelion Leaves and Violet Leaves with Argan Oil » Dandelions: prevent or cure liver diseases, such as hepatitis or jaundice; act as a tonic and gentle diuretic to purify your blood, cleanse your system, dissolve kidney stones, and otherwise improve gastro-intestinal health; assist in weight reduction; cleanse your skin and eliminate acne; improve your bowel function, working equally well to relieve both constipation and diarrhea.

A Recipe for the Forager in You: Braised Beef, Dandelion Leaves, and Clear Noodles

A Recipe for the Forager in You: Braised Beef, Dandelion Leaves, and Clear Noodles

You know what I just love? I can walk out my backdoor and harvest all the leaves I need for dandelion pesto in a matter of minutes. And I didn't have to plant them, or tend them!

Dandelion Pesto

You know what I just love? I can walk out my backdoor and harvest all the leaves I need for dandelion pesto in a matter of minutes. And I didn't have to plant them, or tend them!

Dandelion Soup ‒ Voikukkakeitto  20 unopened dandelion flower buds - 2 dl young dandelion leaves - 2 l rutabaga broth - 5 dl new potatoes (or noodles) - 0.5 dl seaweed - 0.5 dl dried onion (or caramelized) - 1 chili pepper - whole black peppers or juniper berries

Dandelion Soup ‒ Voikukkakeitto 20 unopened dandelion flower buds - 2 dl young dandelion leaves - 2 l rutabaga broth - 5 dl new potatoes (or noodles) - 0.5 dl seaweed - 0.5 dl dried onion (or caramelized) - 1 chili pepper - whole black peppers or juniper berries

Nettle pudding has been declared Britain's oldest recipe, dating from 6,000BC. When you think of old-fashioned English cooking, it probably conjures up images of roast beef or steak and kidney pie. But nettle pudding makes those dishes look like young pretenders. The creation from 6,000BC was yesterday declared Britain's oldest recipe. It was a staple of Stone Age man, who made it by mixing nettles and other leaves such as dandelion and sorrel, with barley flour, salt and water.

Traditional English cooking: nettle pudding and other ancient recipes

Nettle pudding has been declared Britain's oldest recipe, dating from 6,000BC. When you think of old-fashioned English cooking, it probably conjures up images of roast beef or steak and kidney pie. But nettle pudding makes those dishes look like young pretenders. The creation from 6,000BC was yesterday declared Britain's oldest recipe. It was a staple of Stone Age man, who made it by mixing nettles and other leaves such as dandelion and sorrel, with barley flour, salt and water.

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