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Jack-by-the-Hedge or Sauce-alone
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A pungent herb, Alliaria petiolata, also known as Garlic Mustard, formerly used as a salad component (Evelyn 1699)

Original Receipt in Evelyn 1699;

32. Jack-by-the-Hedge, Alliaria, or sauce-alone; has many Medicinal Properties, and is eaten as other sallets, especially by Country People, growing wild under their Banks and Hedges.

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