herbs vegetables

Vegetables are eaten by peasants and workers as close to the ground. It feeds the winter leeks, cabbage and beans, dried lentils, "chestnuts", "mushrooms", the bread can be scarce at the end of winter. Herbs that grow when the weather relented bring freshness, vitamin C and a complement to a monotonous diet. Mash, also called mache, made salads ...

Vegetables are eaten by peasants and workers as close to the ground. It feeds the winter leeks, cabbage and beans, dried lentils, "chestnuts", "mushrooms", the bread can be scarce at the end of winter. Herbs that grow when the weather relented bring freshness, vitamin C and a complement to a monotonous diet. Mash, also called mache, made salads late winter, oxalis, blooming in the woods, eaten raw, burdock, nettle, the Atriplexes make good porated, and if necessary, it uses the centipede fern, young shoots of asparagus or wild broom breakfast holly, various cress (water and earth), the creeping buttercup, and even bouchibarbe. In addition to the daily bread, herbs provide fiber and vitamins necessary for digestion and health and the rest of the year seasonal vegetables: garlic, artichoke, celery, turnip, radish, onions, parsnips, chard, lentils, beans, European squash, cucumber, chickpeas, celery, carrot, cabbage, chard, fennel, spinach, leeks, peas, lettuce, garlic, onions, shallots, eggplant ..., tansy, catnip, meum, squill , Seseli, maceron, tansy, orach, mauve, squill, the meum, the Seseli, cabaret, the épurge ... melon,

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