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rhubarb

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants
rhubarbrhu‧barb /ˈruːbɑːb $ -ɑːrb/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 1 HBPa plant with broad leaves. It has thick red stems that can be cooked and eaten.2 spokenTALK TO somebody a word repeated by actors to make a sound like many people talking
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rhubarbLike rhubarb, asparagus and many other food plants, they thrive in enriched soil in a sunny spot.After many years of declining popularity, the lowly rhubarb is making a comeback in both gourmet and gardening circles.Marinate rhubarb in a mixture of port and raspberry vinegar for at least 30 minutes.Begin picking rhubarb forced under bins or boxes as soon as the sticks are large enough.
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