Here on the coast of B.C., we'll take sunshine in any form right now. Do you dig these out, mow them down, and generally wish they'd never shown up in your yard? Perhaps you've heard that they're "good for you", but you've tried to eat them, and were not impressed. See below for a delicious Dandelion recipe.
How about another form of sunshine?
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It might be a Yoga practice to smooth out your creaky bits, or a lovely guided meditation to bring you back to quiet joy.
It might be some information on edible “weeds” that are right in your yard, or some simple tips to keep your body happy, at work and at play.
Ah…some stress relieving ideas…
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When: Tuesday, May 24 to Tuesday, May 31
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|1 cup dandelion flowers||1 egg|
|1 cup flour||1 cup milk|
|2 tsp. baking powder||1 TBSP sugar|
|pinch salt||1 cup blueberries|
- Remove dandelion flowers from green parts (sepals and receptacles). Chop flower petals if desired (I find they come apart once the green parts are removed, so I leave the petals as is).
- Mix flowers into dry ingredients.
- Beat egg, milk, and sugar, then add to dry ingredients.
- Drop by spoonfuls onto hot greased pan, flip once.
- Serve with yogurt, sour cream, or maple syrup.