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I found this information on a cooking site, I hope it helps you. "Bean blossoms have a sweet, beany flavor. Nasturtiums have a wonderfully peppery flavor similar to watercress and their pickled buds can be substituted for more expensive capers. Borage tastes like cucumber, and miniature pansies (Johny-Jump-Ups) have a mild wintergreen taste.
Violets, roses and lavender lend a sweet flavor to salads or desserts. Bright yellow calendulas are an economic alternative to expensive saffron, though not quite as pungent. Other flowers may have a spicy or peppermint flavor.
When in doubt, taste, but first be sure it's not poisonous. "
Find large list of edible and poisonous flowers on the following site:
http://homecooking.about.com/library/we … lowers.htm
You can eat "Rose" for one The second thing comes to my mind is cauliflower.. But that s a vegetable
I know of a commercial on TV before I lost my cable about Edible Flowers. It's a bouquette of flowers made intirely out of fruit and chocolate. And if that's not the answer you were looking for, then sorry for crowding your question. I might try one when I can afford it though, it sounds delicious!
Funny you should ask as I have published a hub page on edible flowers, these are flowers you can eat! Its kinda weird but also fun. Here is the link to my hub-page if you are interested
This a quick list of edible flowers:
pansy, nasturtiums, borage, roses, mustard flowers, squash flower, violets (viola odorata), and calendula (true calendula, not marigolds which are a tagetes species).
My hub •Don't Forget To Eat Your Flowers has some edible flowers listed.
sunflower seeds, but they are seeds! LOL. In our country, tamarind flower is included in a soup, together with meat and other vegetables.
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