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a vegetable having green edible parts, as lettuce or broccoli.
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The next delightful
is wild asparagus, delicious and tender, found around fence posts where birds drop the seed.
The other is that their leaves, which are often routinely discarded, make a delicious
Elsewhere asparagus is generally thought of as a
, a stalk with a pointed end, and you can find that here.
They were broken off while the buds were still tightly closed, then peeled and eaten raw or sometimes cooked as a
They learned how this oblong,
came right out of the garden.
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