Young leaves are eaten raw or blanched. Tastes like spinach or chard. Older leaves can be stir-fried. Beautiful red-veined leaves, add color to your salad. Has been used to treat skin cancer and astringent for bleeding. Good mineral accumulator for your garden soil. Also known as Bloody Sorrel, Red Sorrel, Red Veined Sorrel and Bloodwort. Tags: Certification: Organic.
Member of the Sorrel family. Native to Mediterranean and Africa. Delicious bloody dock recipes