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  • Chris Hettler

    Edible flower chart--- just something you might want to think about when planting flowers might be pretty in some of the foods

  • Eddie Davis

    edible flowers recipes cooking how to receipt food

  • 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.

  • Bonnie Svitavsky

    MLP Party - Flutteryshy edible plants

  • 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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I thought Lilac was poisonous. Well, you learn sometime new everyday I suppose.

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These are all great to eat, but you want to make sure they aren't covered in chemicals, if you get them from a florist tell them in advance you want edible flowers so they can order them for you. ~cjc

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I will eat all of these as soon as I can source them without a load of pesticides because they are pretty delicate to rinse

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Edible flower cake - so pretty, so simple. Think i would use a lavender & poppy seed sponge with lemon frosting