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Nipplewort (Lapsa Communis)

A wild annual plant with dandelion-style flowers, found in hedgerows and other shady places - it belongs to the sunflower family. In early summer, the young leaves can be used in salads, but as the months progress, they become tough and are better cooked as a vegetable.

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