Flower-Garden Gourmet

Most of this information is from"Canadian Gardening", for educational purposes.

Blooms add dazzling colour to many of your dishes.Flowers are not only for decoration; their subtle bouquet also enhances and complements a variety of flavours, adding freshness and fun to your cuisine. Fresh, dried, raw or cooked, flowers can be served in a variety of useful ways; as garnish, side vegetable, sald or in dessert. They are also ideal for ifusing vinegars, oils, syrup and teas.
The only drawback? Anyone with pollen allegies is advised to avoid these tasty morsels.

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