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The Forager's Guide to the Wild Edible Plants of Britain
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  • 03/10/15--16:48: By: Becca
  • Hmm interesting. A few questions: what does it taste like? Would you recommend combining it with regular coffee (like people in the South do with chicory?)

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  • 03/11/15--08:21: By: Melody Adams
  • I am highly sentitive to caffine and had not had coffee in years. :( I am so excited to try roasted dandy lion root! I have plenty to choose from! My yard is full every spring!

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  • 03/16/15--09:15: By: Robin Harford
  • Taste like, similar to chicory or one of those shop bought drinks like Barleycup. I don't mix it with chicory... best if you try the recipe and get your own impressions.

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  • 05/11/16--08:31: By: Ali
  • How did it taste?

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  • 06/10/16--12:58: By: Paulette
  • Thank you for sharing your Dandelion Root Coffee Recipe!!! Grateful!

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  • 05/11/16--08:31: By: Ali
  • How did it taste?

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  • 06/10/16--12:58: By: Paulette
  • Thank you for sharing your Dandelion Root Coffee Recipe!!! Grateful!

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  • 07/26/17--04:36: By: David Hill
  • I made some dandelion root coffee but roasted the chopped root bits under a grill. The first attempt went up like gunpowder!

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  • 11/27/17--01:53: By: Brok
  • Dandelion is one of the most efficient diuretics in nature, making coffee from the roots will not diminish this quality. It's good because blood pressure may be improved this way and dandelion, unlike "manufactured" diuretics, ie Furosemide, will not destroy your natural supply of potassium. However, a note of caution, dandelion was not known as "pee-in-bed" for nothing and elderly people or those prone to weak bladders should bear this in mind.

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  • 04/26/18--07:37: By: Ravenheart
  • Our local co-op has a dandelion, chicory and ground coco-nib blend that is to die for. I plan on DIYing this as the blend cost $44.00 a lb!

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  • 05/12/18--10:21: By: Jodi Pursifull
  • This too looks wonderful as a replacement for regular coffee.

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  • 05/19/18--00:42: By: T
  • I store bought the roasted dandelion root but applied the same method above to steep, drain and serve. Wonderful! Since discovering a bowl issue last year coffee (my vice in life) has not crossed my lips! This has given me hope! ?? Also do you know possibly how long this black strained elixir may last? I kept it in the fridge but used it within two weeks. Is this too long? Is it freezable? Thanks a mil

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  • 06/12/18--06:32: By: Luke
  • What does it taste like in comparison to normal roast coffee?