GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a type of lettuce (Lactuca sativa asparagina) valued especially for its edible stems.
- n. a salad green having characteristics of both lettuce and celery; stems eaten either raw or cooked.
- n. leaves having celery-like stems eaten raw or cooked
- n. lettuce valued especially for its edible stems
“They've already harvested fragrant garlic chives, vine-ripened cherry tomatoes and a prized green called lettuce stalk (celtuce) they'll turn into meals at the Salvation Army low-income senior housing they call home.”
“He once asked Ms. Butler to grow celtuce, a vegetable that looks like a stemmed lettuce.”
“There’s also a type known as stem lettuce, or celtuce; it’s especially popular in Asia for its prominent and crisp stalk, which is stripped of its small leaves, peeled, sliced, and cooked.”
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