Make Dandelion Wine, Jelly, Syrup & More – Eco Snippets

Make Dandelion Wine, Jelly, Syrup & More


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“Many of us perceive dandelions as weeds and we’re out digging them up as soon as they appear, while others are allowing them to grow and bloom and seed (with some even planting beds of them in the Spring!).

Because they multiply so quickly, it’s easy to understand why these cheery yellow blossoms are considered a nuisance, but don’t let that fool you… these little gifts from nature are edible and have a lot to offer!

You can make tasty homemade jellies, syrups, wines and even try making a pesto from the leaves or a coffee from the roots…”

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in the past its been used as coffee substittute aswell

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And if i Love dandelions?

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