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Yes! The zucchini flower is widely eaten in Mexico in a variety of dishes, most commonly in quesadillas and soup.
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Sure. Nasturtium, violet, pansy, marigold, dandelion, day lily, rose ... chances are your yard is full of edible flowers.
My grandpa used to make dandelion salad. It was actually pretty good.
When I was younger, I would pick these little flowers in my yard and suck the nectar out from the bottom. I've never actually eaten the flower though.
I went to an arabic restaurant once and they had this sort of cookie that was baked with flowers. I didn't like it at all, it tasted like a scented candle.
Yes in my cooking career I have eaten a few flowers like rose pedals, sunflowers, and dandelions
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