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- Purslane: Correspondences
- Portulaca sativa Folk Names: Garden Purslane, Golden Purslane, Pigweed Gender: Feminine Planet: Moon Element: Water Deity: Power: Sleep, Love, Luck, Protection, Happiness...
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Suggested News Resources
- Western Daily Press Food and Farming Awards new entrants and sponsor
- Purslane Restaurant, a small, independent fish restaurant in Cheltenham, is one entrant bidding for the title.
- Purslane: Weed of Distinction
- Among them is purslane, which runs rampant but ends up invariably in either my salad bowl or stew pot. The Greeks call this prolific weed glistrida, which means slippery, and say that it turns you into a chatterbox or makes your tongue slip.
- Christopher Nyerges: Purslane — Versatile, tasty plant found world-wide
- One of the most common urban and garden weeds this time of the year is the purslane plant. Henry Thoreau was fond of eating purslane, and consumed it frequently during his Walden Pond experiment. “I learned that a man may use as simple a diet as the ...
- Purslane is a tasty weed
- We've all been told to eat our greens. Perhaps, we should consider eating our weeds. Well, at least purslane.
- Damien Hirst restaurant Pharmacy 2 review: why this Pharmacy is a cure for
- They're always delicious but these ones are transcendental, served with thick, chewy guanciale – cured pig's jowl-fat, hailing in this case from Ulster – and sea purslane. “And you can't miss the brik a l'oeuf de canard,” Damien went on.
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