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  1. photo 6 (More) Perennial Vegetables to Plant Once . . . and Enjoy Forever6 (More) Perennial Vegetables to Plant Once . . . and Enjoy ForeverArticle
    in soups in Asia. You’ll want rich soil and full sun to grow these stalks, but don’t eat the leaves or roots since they’re poisonous. 3. French Sorrel The leaves of sorrel add a wonderful, lemonyRead more
  2. photo So Many Herbs to Grow…So Little Time: 5 Uncommon, Delicious HerbsSo Many Herbs to Grow…So Little Time: 5 Uncommon, Delicious HerbsArticle
    than winter savory with a delicate but savory flavor (duh!). It’s similar to sage but less pungent and can be used in casseroles, marinades, dressings and eaten fresh. 4. French Sorrel: Sorrel is moreRead more
  3. photo Springtime Wildcrafting: Edible Wild Weed Salad RecipeSpringtime Wildcrafting: Edible Wild Weed Salad RecipeArticle
    this dish more palatable for the average taste buds. Happy foraging! Ingredients Chickweed Cleaver Dandelion Dock Lamb’s Quarters (Wild Quinoa) Sheep Sorrel Violet Watercress Waterleaf WildRead more
  4. photo Vermont Asks Court to Protect Its Label GMOs in Food Law from Big FoodVermont Asks Court to Protect Its Label GMOs in Food Law from Big FoodArticle
    and that the Court should dismiss the suit without requiring the State to answer the Complaint or engage in further litigation,” William H. Sorrell wrote in documents submitted to the court on Friday. “WhileRead more
  5. photo Health food advocates, consumers in Vermont suffer devastating blow as state announces halt to GMO-labelingHealth food advocates, consumers in Vermont suffer devastating blow as state announces halt to GMO-labelingNews
    such measures. Vermont's Attorney General, William H. Sorrell, said that although GMO-labeling is no longer mandatory, he hopes companies will continue to disclose the controversial ingredients. "We successfullyRead more
  6. photo Mix It Up: 5 Spring Greens to Rouse Your SaladsMix It Up: 5 Spring Greens to Rouse Your SaladsArticle
    . Try it lightly fried in olive oil with fresh herbs. Sorrel Sorrel is another old-timey, English-American herb that’s been lost to modern generations, which is too bad, since this green grows wellRead more
  7. photo HibiscusHibiscusTreatment
    outros nomes como cardadé, rosa da Jamaica, té de Jamaica (espanhol); red sorrel ou Jamaica sorrel (inglês); cardade (italiano); afrikanische malve (alemão) ou roselle (francês). As diferentes partesRead more
  8. LABAÇA CRESPAArticle
    . A raiz é prescrita em caso de anemia com deficiência de ferro, embora o seu uso principal seja para intestinos preguiçosos e obstipação leve. A Rumex (Sorrel), é um gênero de cerca de 200 espécies de ervasRead more
  9. photo The amazing saga of a teenager who ran away from chemotherapy and beat cancer naturallyThe amazing saga of a teenager who ran away from chemotherapy and beat cancer naturallyNews
    the importance of having the exact herbs that Caisse used: Turkey rhubarb, burdock, slippery elm, and sheep sorrel with roots, organic or wild-crafted and not irradiated. Many Essiacproviders today cheat a littleRead more
  10. photo Canker Sore Conundrum? A Spicy ReliefCanker Sore Conundrum? A Spicy ReliefArticle
    times. In the short run it’ll probably burn like hell, but then you’ll be left with far less pain and a quickly-clearing canker.  Sorrel Sorrel also has antiseptic properties. You can place a freshRead more

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Sorrel

Herbs and Spices / Vegetable

Common sorrel or garden sorrel (Rumex acetosa), often simply called sorrel, is a perennial herb in the family Polygonaceae. Other names for sorrel include spinach dock and narrow-leaved dock. It is a common plant in grassland habitats and is cultivated as a garden herb or leaf vegetable (pot herb).Sorrel is a slender herbaceous perennial plant about 60 cm high, with roots that run deep into the...More