Dandelion is a plant belonging to Asteraceae, and it’s well-known for its purifying and anti-inflammatory benefits, and it gives an efficient help to our liver. It’s a source of vitamins A, B, C, and D: its bitter taste assists digestive functions. Furthermore, it has a good percentage of flavonoids and potassium which has diuretic effects; dandelion, then, counteracts hypertension and cellulitis.
Dandelion in oil is particular in its taste, which is bitter but pleasant. Then, it’s good if served as appetizer, with hard cheeses, or fresh ones with a sweet taste. Thanks to vinegar, a natural preservative, dandelion is also a good side in many meat dishes.