Gorgeous Garden Salad

You can use the flowers from vegetables that have matured in your garden salads.
By Dayna McDaniel
June/July 2013
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The flowers in this garden salad are not only beautiful, but edible!
Photo By Dayna McDaniel


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In addition to salads, the vegetable flowers, stems and buds are great in stir-fries or added to soups late in the cooking.

Dayna McDaniel
Raytown, Missouri








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