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    If you've ever made a wilted spinach salad, this recipe will seem very familiar to you. The main difference is that dandelion greens are more bitter and will benefit from the addition of a sweetner of your choice to soften their bitterness.

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    Wilted Dandelion Greens Salad {recipe} http://kgi.org/recipes/wilted-dandelion-greens-salad

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