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French Sorrell

Posted by chaman z7MD (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 10, 08 at 21:51

Is French Sorrell same as Gongura used in some Indian food preparations?

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RE: French Sorrell

French Sorrell is not at all like Gongura. However it is also a little tangy in taste and is very soft when cooked. Gongura's family is totally different. I have French Sorrell in my garden. It comes back every year on its own. It is a perennial. I live in Bowie, Maryland. I use it early spring as a leaf vegetable in my cooking. I saw your garden pictures. They are very beautiful. Indu

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