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Synonyms for chicory

the dried root of the chicory plant: used as a coffee substitute

perennial Old World herb having rayed flower heads with blue florets cultivated for its root and its heads of crisp edible leaves used in salads

root of the chicory plant roasted and ground to substitute for or adulterate coffee


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crisp spiky leaves with somewhat bitter taste

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In agriculture, digital technology has been used to characterize color in apples (Schrevens and Raeymaeckers, 1992), distinguish weeds from crops (Perez, et al, 2000), identify storageassociated color change in chickory (Zhang, et al.
An extensive vegetable garden includes an asparagus bed, soft fruit and everything from potatoes and beans to mange tout, courgettes, onions, corn on the cob and chickory.
As well as a farm update, two machines will give a practical demonstration of pasture rejuvenation, showing how new productive grass clover and chickory varieties can be incorporated into existing swards.
To register for the upcoming Construction Contracts seminar series, please contact Barbara Chickory at chickory@thshlaw.
Baptiste "stand[ing] at a kitchen window in red silk pajamas, drinking chickory in the sunrise, looking outside as if his hate were there, hearing Mariette just above him" (9).
30, the nonprofit group's annual fundraiser, Wag 'n' Walk, will be held at Arroyo Simi Equestrian Center, 3495 Chickory Leaf Place, Simi Valley.
LUNCH: Homemade split pea and rice miso soup or a sandwich made with chickory leaves instead of bread and stuffed with avocado, humous and peppers.