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Old September 22, 2013   #7
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Originally Posted by Gavriil View Post
We Have a small patch of that nasty stuff , My wife cuts it about 1 in. from the ground when it gets about 10-12 inches tall, She'll cut this batch Monday--she uses it in soups & stuff but mostly for making Korean pancakes.
If you have it in the garden don't let flower and go seedy unless you cut them quick enough or you'll have the stuff all over your garden.
Nasty? I love 'em! You get an onion flavor without the lingering aftertaste. They are a kind of weed, super resilient and hearty, but thankfully edible. And nutritious.
I'm (container growing apartment dweller)
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