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potherb

any plant having leaves, flowers, stems, etc., that are used in cooking for seasoning and flavouring or are eaten as a vegetable
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If all you can find are older leaves, or if you want a potherb, simmer them in water.
It may also be boiled as a potherb, using only one change of water.
That's because the fixers knew nobody would bet on Henman in the first place - nobody, that is, except Home Counties potherbs named Simon and Pippa.
One way to extend the season on a small scale is simply to grow salads like lettuces and chicories, and potherbs like spinach and kale, in a fall garden bed as usual.
It took a long time for Palace potherbs to cotton on that the British public will not allow today's service to be used as PR stunt to promote Camilla as our future queen.
They won't harm your potherbs or your posies, Only cut round holes in the leaves of the roses.
Those he shares include the familiar salads and potherbs, but also dandelion juice cocktail, gelatin, fried dandelion, quiche, dandelion with spaghetti (Gail says dandelions, under the name "ciccoria," are practically a national dish in Italy), soup, bread, pizza, Pennsylvania German gravy, green drink surprise, green noodles, beer and wine and even meringue pie.