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  • Edible flowers seduce sensorial-seeking Spaniards
  • Edible flowers seduce sensorial-seeking Spaniards
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Edible flowers seduce sensorial-seeking Spaniards

Edible flowers are growing in popularity in Barcelona as high-end chefs use colourful petals not only for aesthetic purposes but also to add a unique taste. They're catering to Spaniards who are searching for adventurous and natural meals as well as multi-sensory experiences.

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