Not much! You need to go harvest them, usually early spring while the plant is young and before it blooms, or the leaves may be too bitter. As for the flower itself, there thing to do with that. Here are some recipes that have everything from wine to soup to jelly:
Dandelion greens can be used in salads like any other greens. They should be harvested in the early spring, since they become bitter later in the season. Dandelion flowers can be sauteed or made into wine. The dandelion root is also edible. When dried, it can be used as a coffee substitute. When harvesting dandelions, make sure the plants haven’t been sprayed with pesticides.
There are a lot of dandelion recipes on the internet, I’ve provided a link to some of them below.
Holy cow, that sounds gross!
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