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An appealing Asian ‘green’ since it’s an edible variant of Chrysanthemum where both the leaves and flowers can be used. It's cooked like spinach and has a wonderful fragrance and flavour that’s delicious when added in soups, casseroles, hotpots, salads, or blanched with sesame oil and garlic.