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  • The Burdock is a very handsome plant when seen in its native habitat by the side of a brook, its broad leaves being most picturesque, but it is not a plant to introduce into a garden. [

    The plant-lore & garden-craft of Shakespeare

  • However, it was the visitors who came closest before half-time – Bowditch sending a rasping 30-yard drive inches over the bar, George Burdock firing a long-range effort narrowly over and Ibehre seeing his header well saved by Lee Grant.

    Burnley 2-1 MK Dons | Carling Cup third-round match report

  • Burdock is a commonly selected herb for this purpose.

    Dr. Richard Palmquist: Does Your Pet Have Allergies?

  • Ginger Beer, naturellement, but other favourites were Dandelion & Burdock and Clarade, a cherry-coloured liquid of indeterminate flavour.

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  • In Japansese, Burdock roots are called gobo and there are lots of simple rustic recipes for salads and soups using it. here are a few.

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  • Burdock root is usually scraped, rather than peeled, and either shaved or julienned thinly.

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  • Sometimes these traits can be used to advantage, as the Swedish engineer George de Mestral realized while picking Burdock out of his dogs fur.

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  • Burdock - I'll admit last year I left the burdock at the CSA pick-up for someone else because I had no idea what to do with it.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Two ingredients I do not know anything about is the Burdock and the Star Anise - What do these taste like???

    Root Beer Dreams: Part II Soda King

  • During the thousand-night reunion, Campion and Purslane notice that one in their line, Burdock, has broken protocol by falsifying a memory.

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