collected from summer blooms of mixed wildflowers, its color reveals the presence of pollens of various hues. the nose immediately notices the scent of hay and malted biscuits, to the palate it is herbaceous, baked squash, and quite sweet.
excellent with all fresh dairy products, delicious at breakfast in natural yogurt. on the savory side, it is excellent with all the leafy greens in salads.
in the kitchen
in a cold rice salad with lots of greens, a drop of wildflower honey and a spoonful of multiflower pollen to garnish a vegetable soup, particularly good with squash, excellent as an ingredient for vegetables au gratin.