Rhubarb

Published: Thu, 19 Mar 2015
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Rhubarb got a bad rap somewhere along the way. This plant has played a huge role in human history.

Every autumn, when the fruit season ends, sources of Vitamin C become inaccessible in many parts of the world until May or June of the following year. But rhubarb, a plant that is rich in Vitamin C, can be available as early as late March.
The leaves of rhubarb are highly toxic


This single plant has made a great nutritional contribution to mankind. The leaves of rhubarb are highly toxic, and many people believe that rhubarb stalks must be cooked in order to be edible.
Enjoy rhubarb stalks raw, straight from the garden, or in other dishes.
This is absolutely not the case.

Enjoy rhubarb stalks straight from the garden, blend it as a tart salad dressing, or use it anywhere you want to add an acidic bite to your food.



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