witloof

NOUN
  1. widely cultivated herb with leaves valued as salad green; either curly serrated leaves or broad flat ones that are usually blanched
  2. young broad-leaved endive plant deprived of light to form a narrow whitish head
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How To Use witloof In A Sentence

  • These chicons are the forced shoots of an otherwise green, bitter salad called witloof chicory.
  • Kitchen note: You can use other bittersweet endives - choose from witloof chicory, chicoria, puntarelle, frisee . . . Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • Due to residues in the witloof chicory heads the use of insecticides is forbidden during forcing.
  • Try to include a few slightly bitter salad leaves such as radicchio or witloof, or peppery ones such as watercress or rocket.
  • A simple salad of bitter witloof and strips of crunchy apple cleansed the palate and made way for the delicate elderflower jelly. New Zealand Herald - Top Stories
  • The first endives de Bruxelles were sold in the Paris market in 1878; in 1883, 1,500 kg of Belgian witloof were sold there for 0.80 franc per kg.
  • Try to include a few slightly bitter salad leaves such as radicchio or witloof, or peppery ones such as watercress or rocket.
  • And popular “Belgian endive,” also known as witloof “white-head”, is a double-grown, slightly bitter version of an otherwise very bitter chicory. On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
  • The root of witloof, once dried and ground was used as a coffee replacement during war times, and is often mixed with coffee for a robust flavour, enhancing the ‘roasted’ taste.
  • You can also plug small spaces with Florence fennel and witloof chicory. Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph
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