Edible Flowers

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    Here's a link to a post about edible weeds that has many other links to ID techniques.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/health/2016-05-12/edible-weeds-and-how-you-can-use-them/7406004


    I've seen this guy on TV & went to his blog or website but I cant find my link to it now but I will get it again from this page above.
    I use lots of weeds in my salads & cooking. Heaps grow here.
    Although right now with the drought in full swing, there is precious little of anything growing!
    Its rather a sad state of affairs when I have to by normal greens etc from the fruit shop!
     
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