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orache

also

orach

(ôr′ĭch, ŏr′-)
n.
Any of various plants of the genus Atriplex, especially A. hortensis, having edible leaves that taste somewhat like spinach.

orache

atriplexpatula.
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However, the commonest plants found in these areas include sea-lavenders (Limonium), Buck's-horn plantain (Plantago coronopus), orache (Atriplex hastata), sedges such as mud rush (Juncus gerardi), or Poaceae such as wall barley (Hordeum murinum), brome (Bromus hordeaceus), and Glyceria festuciformis.
Orache, by Barcelona's Mal Pelo (the name translates as "street urchin"), was an invigorating Spanish twist on Bill T.
Along with a variety of lettuces, they grow a wide range of specialty greens, such as amaranth, arugula, garden purslane, 'Red Giant' mustard, mizuna, red orache, red perilla (shiso), 'Guilio' radicchio, and tatsoi, and more herbs than you thought existed.