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" Formerly, they were steeped in wine or vinegar, and then dried, to render them milder. "
A Natural Arrangement of British Plants: According to Their Relations to ... - Page 520
by Samuel Frederick Gray - 1821
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The Vegetable Kingdom: Or, Handbook of Plants and Fruits

Loring Dudley Chapin - 1843 - 409 lehte
...powders, and seasoning for puddings ; covered with sugar, also as a sweet meat. They are sometimes steeped in wine or vinegar, and then dried, to render them milder. They are used in various confections, for distillation, He. They are pleasant, warm and aromatic. The...
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A botanical guide to the flowering plants, ferns, mosses and alg¿, found ...

Richard Buxton - 1849 - 168 lehte
...powder, and seasoning black {puddings ; also covered with sugar, as a sweetmeat. Formerly, they were steeped in wine or vinegar, and then dried, to render them milder. — Ency, Plants, 209. CHENOPODIUM. LINN. NO CHENOPODIACE^. 1. C. POLYSPERMUM. L. var. /3. C. ACUTIFOLIUM....
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