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watercresswa‧ter‧cress /ˈwɔːtəkres $ ˈwɒːtər-, ˈwɑː-/ noun [uncountable]  HBPa small green plant with strong-tasting leaves that grows in water a bunch of watercress
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watercressThus creating a succulently flavoured ham that goes perfectly with a watercress and avocado salad and a few slices of brown bread.Put lettuce, endive and watercress on two plates and pour over half the dressing. 3.Let us consider watercress as a typical example of how easy it is to be deceived.Jasper chose Roquefort and figs, I had watercress and dates.Drizzle vinaigrette over watercress to coat lightly.Roughly chop the watercress and stir into the pan.Arrange couscous attractively on plates and surround with watercress.
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