Take a look at an area of grass.  Do you see those pesky, yellow flowered weeds; ever think of eating them? Dandelion greens are a surprisingly nutritious food.  It may seem taboo to eat something that is known as such a nuisance, but it is a great way to switch up your greens!  Dandelions are slightly bitter leaves that cook like spinach.  They are rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Calcium.  You can find them at most health food stores.  Be sure to grab the ripe green ones, don’t buy the yellowish, brown or wilted leaves.  They will keep in the fridge for a few days in an open plastic bag.  You can substitute them in place other green leafy vegetables in many recipes.  Add them to salads, smoothies or stir fry because they are sure to satisfy!