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Orach
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Historic

A plant of the Goosefoot or Atriplex family. (Evelyn 1699).


Original Receipt in Evelyn 1699;

43. Orach, Atriplex: Is cooling, allays the Pituit Humor: Being set over the Fire, neither this, nor Lettuce, needs any other Water than their own moisture to boil them in, without Expression: The tender Leaves are mingl'd with other cold salleting; but 'tis better in Pottage. see Blitum.




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