Chrysanthemum

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Chrysanthemum spp.  frfrfr    enenene   espespesp   deudeudeu

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Harvesting : While the yellow and white flowers are used as a tea in Chinese medicine to help with liver issues, these quintessential favorite fall flowers add a pungent taste to salads. Feel free to experiment with other colors, as mums come in a dizzying array of reds, oranges, pinks, and purples. The leaves are great to use in stir-fries, and can be added to soups and stews as you would any green. You can also juice the leaves or use them in green smoothies in small amounts. They also freeze and dry well for later use, and you can even grind the dried leaves into a flour to add some extra nutrition to your bread recipes.

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