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    • Sara Cogar

      edible plants

    • Lara Wilson

      Edible flower recipes. Want to do the candied rose petals!

    • Patti Liles

      possible edible flowers for wedding cake

    • Sarah Hortman, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

      Edible Flower Guide. Buying labeled edible flowers in the produce aisle makes it simple. I love these frozen into ice cubes, a garnish on salads and decoration on a cake.

    • Julia Becker

      Edible Flowers Chart - Home Cooking Chart of edible flowers. Site has recipes, storage, cooking tips. Please see site warning. If you have asthma, hay fever, and ragweed allergies (that includes me), be very wary of imbibing and read the warnings,please!

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