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plural nounNorth American
Fresh dandelion leaves used as a salad vegetable or herb.
- ‘In the USA there is a small market for cultivated dandelion greens.’
- ‘Bitter foods like tart red grape juice, arugula, watercress, and dandelion greens also work when you incorporate them into meals.’
- ‘The lamb stew is another great, rib-sticking dish, chock-full of artichokes, roasted tomatoes, dandelion greens, and fresh mint.’
- ‘Bitter greens mentioned in the Bible include watercress, parsley, mint, mustard greens, endive, chicory, lettuce and dandelion greens.’
- ‘We also split a plate of grilled sardines on a bed of dandelion greens with fennel, pine nuts, and capers.’
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