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Dandelion Greens
Dandelion greens are so good for you that you would do well to dry and powder them and place the powder in a salt shaker to be sprinkled on all your food as a nutritional supplement.
Fresh dandelion greens.
In the early spring, collect dandelion greens. Wash them carefully. Cook in plenty of boiling salted water until tender, then drain and season with butter and salt. Serve with lemon juice, vinegar, or the fat from fried salt pork.

This recipe is excerpted from Foods of Spry's Field, Cooking and Preserving Then and Now which is available online.

Proceeds from the sale of this cookbook will be used to support programs and projects of the Urban Farm Museum Society in Spryfield, Nova Scotia.

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