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And there was evening and there was morning, the sixth day" (Genesis 1:31)
(Mallow, Common (Malva neglecta) - 02) According to the literature, common mallow flowers, leaves and young shoots are edible, either raw or cooked, but there is a caution not to eat them from nitrogen rich or fertilized soil, particularly when these sources are inorganic, as the plant tends to concentrate the nitrogen in the leaves. The leaves have a mild flavor and are very nutritious, which is most likely one of the reason why this wildflower was imported to the USA by European settlers.
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