Taiwan's Food Delights - A Rain of Flowers

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Consumption of chrysanthemum in East Asia goes back thousands of years to during the Chinese Warring States period. Apart from decoration, it is used in drinks, various dishes, and in herbal medicine. In this episode, we take you to chrysanthemum experts in both Taiwan and China to explore the many wonders this flower has to offer. Osmanthus is another edible flower that is native to this island that is frequently seen in tea and medicine. Taiwan's mountainous heartland Nantou has both.

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