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    • Just A Veg Lover

      Lamb’s Quarter Soup | 1 cup cashews 1 ripe tomato 1 teaspoon onion powder 1/2 of a lime (juiced) 1/2 a medium avocado 1/2 a red bell pepper

    • Betty Heard

      Lambsquarters. Unknown Nutritional Superfood...Young lambsquarters. Later in the season they develop broccoli-like flowerheads.

    • Roxanne Masters

      Lambs quarter can frequently be found growing in vegetable gardens, on disturbed soil, and along the fringes of fields and banks. The plants can grow to about four feet in height with multiple branches forming off of a main squarish looking central stem. Lambs quarter leaves often have a white, pollen-like substance coating their undersides.

    • Avalonne

      Descriptions and pictures of some edible weeds, including this one: lambs-quarters. I have pitched giant plants just like this in the composter plenty of times. I think my composter is eating better than I am!

    • K. D. Wildflowers

      lamb's quarters- edible weed. Does this make me a weed eater? groan (see Weed Eaters board for more pins like this)

    • Aubrey Long

      Lambs Quarter: Lambs quarter can frequently be found growing in vegetable gardens, on disturbed soil, and along the fringes of fields and banks. The plants can grow to about four feet in height with multiple branches forming off of a main squarish looking central stem. Lambs quarter leaves often have a white, pollen-like substance coating their undersides. The leaves and stems are edible and absolutely delicious, with a flavor that can be compared to spinach or chard

    • Elena Nazzaro

      Top 10 Edible Plants in Your Yard http://www.squidoo.com/keepyourlawnedible

    • Erin Harper Vernon

      Wild Edible Greens - Shopping in Nature's Garden Lambs quarters

    • Liz Derbyshire

      Lambs quarters is a wild self seeding edible weed

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