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Green Rhubarb?

Posted by ceresone missouri ozarks (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 9, 10 at 8:48

Does anyone have GREEN Rhubarb? I'm used to thick red stalks, but what I've been given is about pencil thin--or thinner, and Green.
Just wanting to make sure its safe to eat?


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RE: Green Rhubarb?

I have never seen completely green....now Grandma's was greener that the newer reds, but had some red. Does it taste like rhubarb.

I said I wouldn't kill any more rhubarb plants, but succumbed to a beauty at a feed store and bought another one.
I think it is the oldtimer Chipman's Canada Red.


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RE: Green Rhubarb?

Yes. It's fine. Simply a different variety of rhubarb where the stems will never turn red. Go for it.

Here is a link that might be useful: On Green Rhubarb


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