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  1. i enjoy and learn something

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    • that is fantastic!

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  2. Ilearnedsomething new today.Now I want to try this! I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

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    • I am so glad to hear that! Wonderful Wednesday to you Mary 🙂

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  3. Learned something new today!!

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    • then my job is done for the day xxx

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  4. Hmm, burdock – never heard of it.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • I hadn’t either!

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  5. How interesting – this seems to grow wild around here and the locals call it “Woodland Artichoke” (or something similar). Now I know what to do with it. In England they make a drink called Dandelion and Burdock…very old fashioned and lovely!

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    • Thank you for that information! Maybe I can get some Burdock seeds when we are in the UK next year?

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  6. Burdock! I can’t tell you how long we’ve been looking for this at the markets! The Chinese and Japanese use the stalks to make soup, but they’re so difficult to find. It doesn’t help that I have no idea what they look like, and my mother, who sends me out on these quests, simply said, “oh, it looks a bit like a stick”. 🙂

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    • well, at least now you can print the photograph! I have never come across this here 🙂

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  7. Never eaten it, actually haven’t ever seen it!

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    • me either!

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