Red Dye Naturally

By: Janet, doing it better.

Sep 09 2011

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Category: flower photos, photographs, strawberry-blite, summer photos

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Focal Length:32mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS REBEL T3i

I find Strawberry-Blite at home actually in my strawberry patch but this plant was on the golf course at Golden. Strawberry-Blite leaves are like spinach and can be eaten cooked or raw but like spinach they too contain oxalates. Oxalates occur naturally in some plants and prevent bugs from eating them. Better stick to eating the red flower clusters or better yet using them as a natural dye.

Not just another pretty flower


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