sea kale

NOUN
  1. perennial of coastal sands and shingles of northern Europe and Baltic and Black Seas having racemes of small white flowers and large fleshy blue-green leaves often used as potherbs
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How To Use sea kale In A Sentence

  • We weren't sure what sea kale was. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sea Kale was widely grown in the past for the table and still is by its fans.
  • A short distance away from the reds, a self-sown seedling that's blooming in white instead of red also looks nice between 'Hameln' and a baby sea kale: A Study in Contrasts
  • Chefs would chop their fingers off to get that sea kale. Times, Sunday Times
  • Into view comes an express steam locomotive pulling a long rake of timber carriages between the clumps of sea kale and viper's bugloss. Railway Light
  • One of the joys of living in Angus is my proximity to the only commercial producer of sea kale in Great Britain.
  • Other curios include Thomas Jefferson's great enthusiasm for sea kale; the decision of the 17th-century diarist John Evelyn to introduce endive to England after a spell abroad in exile; and the affection of West Virginians for the flowering ramson, a snappy-tasting plant that they celebrate each spring. Anglo-Saxon On the Menu
  • Very young sea kale can be eaten raw (when it's just emerging in February).
  • While many gardeners grow rhubarb, few have discovered the joys of scorzonera and sea kale. Times, Sunday Times
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