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    Duckweed is a plant that has a slimy, green appearance that covers ponds and lakes in the mid-summer months in various regions. While you won't find duckweed on many restaurant menus, it is edible and has a unique flavor that compliments numerous dishes. Locating duckweed may be difficult, but many ...

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