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Salad Burnet — 26 Comments

  1. I really enjoy these informative posts of yours–so much to learn from

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    • thank you Usha πŸ™‚

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  2. Informative post!

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    • and not one to tempt you away from your cleanse πŸ˜‰

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  3. I, too, am not familiar with this new plant.. that’s why I love visiting you, I’m always learning something new. Is there a flavor or seasoning that is somewhat similar to this one?? Is it available dried in specialty shops?? xx

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    • Barbara, you can use mint in the place of salad burnet. It does not dry well so I am sure you won’t be able to find it in a specialty shop. However, it does grow in Northern America so maybe you can find some seeds?

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  4. Sounds lovely, Tandy: I wonder where it got its name?

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    • I wonder as well Kate?

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  5. It sounds so versatile indeed! I haven’t seen it much here though. Perhaps I need to ask for it!
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog β™₯ Home-made No Churn Blue Ribbon Vanilla Ice CreamMy Profile

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    • I am not sure it grows in Australia!

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  6. This is a new one to me, will have to see if it grows anywhere in Spain, I’ve certainly never seen it in England….

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    • Let me know please Tanya!

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  7. Ahh, that is a new one on me. As ever I learn something on each visit.
    Jacqueline sharing the blog β™₯ Blackberry Cake with Orange DrizzleMy Profile

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    • It is a new one for me as well Jacs πŸ™‚

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  8. I guess I must be living on a deserted island or under a rock as I have not heard of this delightful herb. Thanks for sharing.

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    • I am learning new things all the time just by sharing πŸ™‚

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  9. This plant looks beautiful. Sounds wonderful in food too πŸ™‚

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    • I am curious to taste it!

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  10. Salad burnet (from the French word “brunette”)grows wild all over France. It makes a very good flavoured vinegar. It’s also very good on egg mayonnaise sandwiches.

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    • That sandwich sounds good! I shall have to find some when we are in France next year πŸ™‚

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  11. I remember your blueberry muffins… who could forget those delicious treats. I’ve also never heard of this plant before, well you learn something new everyday πŸ™‚

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    • It is wonderful to learn new things!

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  12. I’ve never heard of this! How pretty!
    Joanne sharing the blog β™₯ Recipe: Guinness Chocolate CheesecakeMy Profile

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    • It is! So nice to have an gravatar for you πŸ™‚

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  13. What an attractive plant, Tandy. I’ve never heard of it before, but I learn new things from your posts, all the time. πŸ™‚

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    • I also think it is quite pretty, but I am not sure we can get this here πŸ™‚

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