Tetragonia

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Tetragonia, Tetragonioides

genus in the plant family of Aizoaceae; contains soluble oxalates capable of causing oxalate poisoning; includes T. expansa (New Zealand spinach).
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New Zealand spinach is good raw in salads, as well as cooked.
Vegetables: amaranth, arugula, beets, broccoli raab, carrots, collards, kale, lettuce, orach, mustards, New Zealand spinach, parsnips, pumpkin, radish, rutabaga, tomatitlo, tomato, turnips, winter squash
Editor's note: New Zealand spinach is a heat-tolerant plant that yields flesby, succulent leaves during the summer.
75 grams gel/an F To serve: Lemon juice Olive oil Lovage leaves New Zealand spinach (tetragonia) * yields more than needed for plating For the fermented cabbage: Heat circulating water bath to 182 degrees Seal cabbage in vacuum bag Cook in water bath for 12 minutes.

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