Chrysanthemums Have A Wide Range Of Tastes

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Can you use Chrysanthemums in food?

Chrysanthemums Have A Wide Range Of Tastes

Chrysanthemums are an edible flower that can be used in different ways.
Chrysanthemum petals range in color from white to red -- and their taste changes from a mild broccoli to a spicy, peppery taste.

• Petals can be used as a garnish in salads. However, it is important that you blanch them before you add them to your salads.
• The leaves of chrysanthemums can be used to add zip to your vinegar.
• The leaves and stems of the Crown Daisy can be used to season salads or they can be added to stir-fries.



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