orache

NOUN
  1. any of various herbaceous plants of the genus Atriplex that thrive in deserts and salt marshes
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  • In the late Middle Ages the Arabs brought it to Europe, where it soon displaced its smaller-leaved relatives orache and lamb’s-quarters, as well as amaranth and sorrel. On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
  • Best of the bunch, the three of us agreed, were the aforementioned mackerel served with orache a native weed often found on waste ground, broccoli, both limp and petrified, and a dribble of Evening Standard - Home
  • 'Cyclospermeae' are related to Caryophylleae; and to my mind are degradations from it, of which Orache is anemophilous. Darwinism (1889)
  • The result is that, for instance, in the Monk's Vegetable Garden you'll see fennel, nettles, arugula, marigolds and orache -- an early variety of spinach -- but not tomatoes, aubergines, peppers and sweetcorn, which only came to Europe after Christopher Columbus's voyages to America, "Mr. Charoy says. Gardens of Delight
  • Species include Aristolochia rotunda (Smearwort); Atriplex prostrata (Spear-leaved Orache); and Chenopodium album (White Goosefoot). Media
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