Growing Sunflower

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10 Mar 09 Beattie (Australia - tropical climate)
Do you have to do anything to the seeds once they are taken from the plants before they are eaten???
28 Feb 23 √Člodie (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Ive always eaten them straight out of the flower as a kid! They are fleshy and juicy. If you like them dry or toasted then probably need to do something!
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