Often by July the lettuce in our garden is less than desirable. It’s generally gone to seed, and bitter.
But that doesn’t mean that we aren’t enjoying fresh, garden picked salad. One of our favorite hot weather plants for salad? Nasturtium.
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Both the flowers and leaves of nasturtium are edible, mildly peppery, and delicious; we include them both in our nasturtium salad.
And nasturtium salad may just be one of the prettiest salads to grace our table. Add some peaches and pepitas and you’re ready to serve the most discerning guest!
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