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Coltsfoot Petasites Spp. young stems with flowers can be roasted, boiled or stir-fried. leaves can be cooked like spinach. leaves can be rolled into tight balls, dried, and burned to ash as salt substitute. grows in moist open plains, foothill and montane regions. warning: should not be eaten in large quantity, due to alkaloids. warning: may cause miscarriage