Chicory Root Ground
Chicory root comes from a plant with bright blue flowers that belongs to the dandelion family.
Chicory root comes from a plant with bright blue flowers that belongs to the dandelion family. Employed for centuries in cooking and traditional medicine, it’s commonly used to make a coffee alternative, as it has a similar taste and color.
Tags: Chicory, dandelion family, Ground, herbs and Spices, root crops
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