Also known as Blue Daisy, Blue Dandelion, Blue Sailors, Blue Weed, Bunk, Coffee Weed, Hendibeh, Horseweed, Ragged sailors, Succory, Wild Bachelors buttons and Wild Endive. Many varieties of this star-like clear blue-flowered plant are cultivated for a broad spectrum of uses such as salad leaves, chicons or roots which once baked and ground can be used as a food additive and a substitute for coffee.
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