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In this video I show you a very tasty wild edible flower and greens, from the Common Blue Violet.
I always see these wild violets and had heard they were edible. The only thing that would give me more confidence would be to watch you taste them...kind of like the cup-bearer. How do I know for sure if they are safe? Watch somebody eat them. We all have to be skeptical these days. Thanks.
Garlic mustard is our favorite edible wild plant.
Ours look like yours but they have no aroma and not much flavor. I've heard of making jelly from them but never been motivated because of this.
Violets are beautiful flowers..
Thanks for the video. We like foraging wild violets over here too. In TCM the whole plant w root is regarded as a medicinal with "cooling" mild anti-viral properties "zi hua di ding" But i like munching on the leaves out in the garden. God Bless.
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