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WARNING: As chives are usually served in small amounts and never as the main dish, negative effects are rarely encountered, although digestive problems may occur following overconsumption.
PET WARNING As with all alliums, cats, dogs, guinea pigs, and other animals should not be allowed to ingest chives in any form, due to toxicity during digestion.
Lore:Edible Flowers Chive blossoms are a burst of purple or white (depending on the variety) with a garlicky flavour. Add them as a garnish to salads and heartier dishes.
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