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An ancient Sumerian unit of area approximately equivalent to 64.8 square kilometers.
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Access to a market that sells such items as miso, sake, burdock root, sour plums or katsuobushi flakes requires that the user have some basic ingredients for success; but those with such access (or internet mail-order) will find these methods revealing and unusual and will appreciate the wealth of flavors that are unique representations of the Japanese method of preserving.
Michelle Muirhead had a less serious take on it: "The real crime is buying dandelion and burdock.
Escape from Baxter's Barn tells of Burdock, a barn cat who sneaks into a farmhouse for some warmth, only to discover that all of the farm animals are threatened and need to escape.
We used to cycle to her shop from Croxteth, just for a couple of glasses of dandelion and burdock.
Jasmine green tea supports skin health and is accompanied by burdock root, which aids liver function and promotes clear skin.
For example, you can whip up a Wild Amaranth Smoothie or prepare Wild Daisy Salad, Sow Thistle Pesto, Sheep Sorrel Soup, Marinated Fiddleheads, or Roasted Veggies with Burdock.
4 Which yellow flower is combined with burdock to make a traditional drink?
Go along to the Burdock Road Allotments between noon and 2pm tomorrow.
Her Oakes-based business offers Dandelion and Burdock Cake and Sticky Ginger and Fudge Cake, flavours guaranteed to give soldiers a real taste of home.
Each of the firm's traditionally brewed drinks - including Ginger Beer, Victorian Lemonade, Dandelion & Burdock and Curiosity Cola - was flagged as a "best-selling drink" by readers of the speciality food and drink trade monthly.
As well as real ales, the product range include mead, chilli beer - made using home-grown chilli peppers - and alcoholic dandelion and burdock.
d Its range includes sage and lemon myrtle; lavender and echinacea; lemon balm and liquorice; dandelion, burdock and hawthorn leaves; rooibos and honey; and nettle and mate.