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RHUBARB, RHUBARB

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“Baking for 20 minutes provided well-cooked rhubarb with the highest antioxidant capacity and the highest anthocyanin content.”

If you’re considering growing rhubarb in your garden you are probably thinking of the lovely desserts you will have when you cook the luminous, long, red, snappy stems. is the garden rhubarb you will grow. It’s related to and which have been favourites of Chinese herbalists for more than 2000 years, but it’s the root of the plant that they use, not the stems. In recent times Western herbalism

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