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alaches/Halachas/Anoda cristata recipes

wdedalus | Sep 24, 201202:30 PM     3

Hi All,
I bought some of this green at a farmers market at the SE corner of Morning Side Park in NYC. The vendor told me about a soup made with it, recipe roughly thus:

saute green beans and onions 10-15 min.
Add alaches and zuccini, cook 10-15 min

I can see a variety of ways to interpret this, but could not find anything online, for any of the above spellings.

Anyone cooked with this green and had results worth sharing?

thanks
Dedalus

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