Lambsquarter

Lambsquarter, also known as Goosefoot (for the shape of its leaves). It’s easy to identify and grows like a weed Lambsquarter, also known as Goosefoot (for the shape of its leaves). It’s easy to identify and grows like a weed Lambsquarter, also known as Goosefoot (for the shape of its leaves). It’s easy to identify and grows like a weed Lambsquarter, also known as Goosefoot (for the shape of its leaves). It’s easy to identify and grows like a weed Lambsquarter, also known as Goosefoot (for the shape of its leaves). It’s easy to identify and grows like a weed Lambsquarter, also known as Goosefoot (for the shape of its leaves). It’s easy to identify and grows like a weed Lambsquarter, also known as Goosefoot (for the shape of its leaves). It’s easy to identify and grows like a weed Lambsquarter, also known as Goosefoot (for the shape of its leaves). It’s easy to identify and grows like a weed Lambsquarter, also known as Goosefoot (for the shape of its leaves). It’s easy to identify and grows like a weed Lambsquarter, also known as Goosefoot (for the shape of its leaves). It’s easy to identify and grows like a weed Lambsquarter, also known as Goosefoot (for the shape of its leaves). It’s easy to identify and grows like a weed

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1 Response to Lambsquarter

  1. Terri Ebel says:

    Lambsquarter can be a tasty green when lightly sauteed in a little olive oil with onion, lemon juice, salt ant topped with toasted sesame seeds. Just be careful not to overcook. They are extremely high in Vit A, have loads of potassium, calcium, phosphorus, Vit C, and lots of other nutrients. Not just a weed!

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