A Tunisian entrepreneur growing edible flowers says she is surprised by the appetite for her produce in the North African country – she had expected to export most of it – and hopes to see a “new culinary culture” bloom there.Sonia Ibidhi, a 42-year-old journalist, turned to organic farming of the niche but in-demand product “out of love” for working on the land.Among the flowers she grows are borage, a blue star-shaped flower that tastes like cucumber, chive flowers – purple blossoms with a…



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