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Italian Dandelion Greens


Italian Dandelion Greens
Italian Dandelion Greens 1

Italian Dandelion Greens

$4.994.99
1 bunch
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$4.99
1 bunch
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Dandelion Greens emerge as a nutritious green with a bold personality. They radiate with deeply lobed, elongated leaves that showcase a vibrant green hue. These greens have a unique, tangy bitterness that mellows when cooked, offering a peppery zing akin to arugula or radicchio. Whether blanched, sautéed, or added raw to salads, Dandelion Greens infuse a burst of flavor and color to any dish. They are also popularly simmered in soups, blanched and tossed with pasta, or sautéed with garlic for a hearty side. Rich in vitamins A, C, and K, along with minerals like calcium and iron, Dandelion Greens are as healthful as they are flavorful, placing them on the list of must-try leafy vegetables for both adventurous palates and health-conscious consumers.
Dandelion Greens emerge as a nutritious green with a bold personality. They radiate with deeply lobed, elongated leaves that showcase a vibrant green hue. These greens have a unique, tangy bitterness that mellows when cooked, offering a peppery zing akin to arugula or radicchio. Whether blanched, sautéed, or added raw to salads, Dandelion Greens infuse a burst of flavor and color to any dish. They are also popularly simmered in soups, blanched and tossed with pasta, or sautéed with garlic for a hearty side. Rich in vitamins A, C, and K, along with minerals like calcium and iron, Dandelion Greens are as healthful as they are flavorful, placing them on the list of must-try leafy vegetables for both adventurous palates and health-conscious consumers.
About the Producer
Matt Fry and his parents, Steve and Vicky are known for their practice of growing unique and experimental varieties of fruits and vegetables. Ask Matt to grow you some okra and he'll likely come back with 6 heirloom varieties. Fry Farm is located on a beautiful piece of property near Monroe, GA and is a great place to learn how to farm in a laid back but productive environment. The Fry's have a wealth of agricultural knowledge, which they love to share with anyone interested!" Explore >
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