Dried lily buds, also known as gum jum choi, “golden needles,” and “tiger lilies,” are among the most notable of edible flowers in Chinese cuisine. Dried lily buds are the unopened flowers of the daylily plant (Hemerocallis fulva), which has been used in China as both a food and a medicinal plant for over 2,000 years
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