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Carnations are the colourful flowers of a carnation plant. These subtle scented flowers have frilly edged leaves that have an aromatic clove flavour. The different varieties of the dianthus-flowers vary quite a bit in shape and colour. EAT ME has the pink, purple and white varieties of these edible flowers.
Available
Jan Carnation available in January
Feb Carnation available in February
Mar Carnation available in March
Apr Carnation available in April
May Carnation available in May
Jun Carnation available in June
Jul Carnation available in July
Aug Carnation available in August
Sept Carnation available in September
Oct Carnation available in October
Nov Carnation available in November
Dec Carnation available in December

Carnation tips

When ripe?

Our edible flowers from the shops are always ready to eat.
temp of Carnation

Storage advice

Edible flowers are best kept in the fridge.

How to use edible flowers?

Do not rinse or cook the flowers, before adding them to a dish or drink, this way the flower will keep its beautiful appearance.
It's advisable to eat the leaves only.

Preparation Tips

Carnation - Cook Carnation - Bake Carnation - Oven Carnation - Microwave Carnation - BBQ Carnation - Salad Carnation - Snack Carnation - Wok Carnation - Blender Carnation - Fryer Carnation - Drink
  • Great in salads.
  • Perfect addition to a rice dish.
  • Beautiful decoration with pastas.

Origin EAT ME Carnation

Carnation - IsraelIsrael

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