Yes, the entire plant is edible. The colonists used to eat the plant and brew it in tea.
The flowers can be added raw into salads, or they may be used to make wine. Additionally, they can be dipped in egg batter and fried. The roots can be used as a coffee substitute. The dandelion root is chock-full of nutrients: vitamins A, B, C, and D; potassium, zinc, and iron. This plant has many health benefits to humans.
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