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Column: Edible flowers - fragrance, beauty and great taste

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Many flowers that add fragrance and beauty to the garden also are great as garnishes or in salads. Some can be coated with a light cornmeal batter and fried, while others can be stuffed or used in stir-fry dishes. Blossoms also can be added to beverages, used to make teas and wine, frozen in ice cubes, candied, and made into jellies and jams.

Ken Lain/Courtesy photo<p> Many flowers that add fragrance and beauty to the garden also are great as garnishes or in salads. Some can be coated with a light cornmeal batter and fried, while others can be stuffed or used in stir-fry dishes. Blossoms also can be added to beverages, used to make teas and wine, frozen in ice cubes, candied, and made into jellies and jams.

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