According to somewhere on the un-impeachable wisdom of the internet, we are told that 55 grams of leafy dandelion greens (that’s about ¼ of a cup, again, ibid source of information) can supply 112% of our daily need for Vitamin A. This, naturally, depends on several things:
- That our need for Vitamin A won’t be redefined in the near future, (like it’s cousin, Vit-D)
- That the internet is correct (a discomfiting assumption)
- That we can get past our aversion to eating what we all grew up calling “weeds”.
I should insert here that I have acquired a mildly humorous reputation at work as a health nut, that is, being willing to try otherwise unconventional things in the name of “wellness”. I’m seriously not much of a cook, I use Continue reading “What’s in YOUR salad?”