potherb


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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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Big-sting nettle or in Persian gazaneh, is cooked in some parts of Iran and is eaten as a potherb.
White Mustard--Brassica hirta, family Cruciferae; an annual herb grown to some extent for its edible leaves used in salads and as a potherb.
It was known to the ancient Egyptians and cultivated over 2,000 years ago as a potherb in Persia and the Indian sub-continent.
An annual potherb of the goosefoot family, it is a dark green plant with broad, fleshy and crinkled leaves.
I also now allow upland or field cress (Barbarea verna) to grow anywhere it volunteers--its leaves make a delicious and nutritious potherb.
Today this attractive potherb is much easier to find, even showing up on some restaurant menus.
raspberry) Food uses [appetizer, soup, salad, stir-fry, potherb, and so on] (bee balm vs.
Dandelions were used in Europe for centuries as a medication, a potherb, and salad greens.
A potherb is any plant that must be cooked in some manner in order to be eaten.
Dandelions, lamb's-quarter, and chicory were used for fresh salads and potherbs, and the roots of groundnuts and Jerusalem artichokes made a tasty potato substitute.
Golf and betting are a perfect match, but the po-faced potherbs who police Europe's only Major prohibit it.