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Bradwood Farm Dandelion Greens
Outstanding Source of Vitamins A and K
Dandelion greens are the leaves of the dandelion plant, which is easily recognizable by its yellow flower and its status as a weed in yards around the world.
Scientifically known as Taraxacum officinale, dandelions should not be seen as a pest or an invasive weed, but rather as a viable source of green vegetable that can deliver a huge amount of nutrients to your diet. Yes, dandelion greens are edible, although before you start picking the leaves from these common plants, be sure they haven’t been treated with herbicides or any other chemicals.
Cultivating dandelion plants for their leaves is quite common in parts of the world where these leaves have gained popularity.
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