Dandelion - Defined - Serving Suggestions

Dandelion-or as the French call it "dentdelion" dent meaning tooth, inasmuch as its pecuilar shaped leaves resemble lions' teeth. It makes a very pleasant salad, either by itself or milled with other salad leaves. The leaves shonld be gathered before the sun is strong enongh to toughen them. The most simple way of serving and that mostly liked, is dandelion leaves with French dressing; dandelion leaves and sorrel in equal parts, the dandelion cooked half done before the sorrel leaves are added; is used as a vegetable by the French.

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