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July 15, 2011 - 12 went

FREE Edible Weeds Walking Tour in Central Toronto

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Added by Colleen
on Jul 16, 2011.
 

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  • Paul

    burdock grows in iron-rich soils

    or cancel

  • Colleen

    ...leaves (harvest young) may be cooked or eaten raw in salads; root (harvest in fall) may be cooked or dried and used for tea; flower stalks may be made into candy

    or cancel

  • kathryn

    also good as poison ivy compress and if i remember correctly can be used as would dressing...

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  • kathryn

    that is wound dressing

    or cancel

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