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Rhubarb the great!

Rhubarb sure is a gorgeous vegetable. Not only an absolute stunner to look at, it has a beautiful flavour that can extend much further than a fruit crumble. You may think rhubarb belongs on the sweeter side of life, but there’s much more to this lovely perennial than meets the eye.

Healing potential

Originating in north-western China and Tibet, rhubarb is one of the most ancient plants of traditional Chinese medicine, documented in Shen Nong’s the oldest Chinese . It

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