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edelweiss
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Fenucreek

Anybody familiar with fenucreek? I plant seeds every sommer 3 times and when fenucreek is ready to be plugged, than I process it, by, freezing, drying, using it in food preperations. It is extremely healthy against Diabetics and with a little bit of bitter taste... I just love it.

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rainbowgardener
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Fenugreek is good in herbal tea blends too.

I don't grow it, so I don't know what it means to be "ready to be plugged."

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edelweiss
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Hello again

We meet up again ! That's true I had heard that too.

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Fenugreek

I grow fenugreek in my garden now for two years. I use the green leaves in vegetable curry dishes and the seeds can be ground and used for curry powder. It has a wonderful maple aroma and flavor. It is also an herbal aid to lactation when made into a tea. I just love it.

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fenugreek is also called methi by my Indian and Pakistani friends. They said the fenugreek sprouts have a curry flavor and you can use them like alfalafa sprouts in pocket bread sandwiches using pita or naan bread.



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