Fresh Angelica Flowers
Choose 50 or 100 blossoms.
Angelica blossoms are tiny green flowers that extend on numerous stalks from thicker central stems. Their flavor is dandelion-esque – grassy and bitter. Though they’re completely safe to eat, this flavor makes them better suited to use as a food-safe garnish rather than as an ingredient meant to be consumed.
Store angelica blossoms in their plastic clamshell in your refrigerator.
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Their bitter, dandelion-esque flavor makes angelica blossoms better suited to use as a food-safe garnish than as an ingredient meant to be consumed.