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10-07-2018, 09:03 AM
Purslane
So I hear that it tastes good and is a nutrition power plant.

A ton of it came up as weed in my garden this year, so I want to try to cook with it. Does anyone have any experience with purslane?

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10-07-2018, 09:52 AM
RE: Purslane
I see this stuff on our beaches every year. Other than helping to stabilise our coastal sand dunes, I've never thought of any reason to eat it. Particularly after seeing the number of off-leash dogs pissing and crapping in the dunes LOL.    Big Grin

Purslane, an Aussie native

The seeds, used by indigenous Australians to make a flour, are the highest known vegetable source of omega 3 oils (alpha-linolenic acid).

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