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Seakale Seeds

Not to be confused with Seakale Beet, as that's a form of Swiss Chard. Seakale requires a permanent growing site like Rhubarb. The roots are forced into growth during the winter to produce blanched stems which are steamed and then eaten like Asparagus.
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