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Synonyms for hogweed

tall coarse plant having thick stems and cluster of white to purple flowers

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To make the dressing, whisk the balsamic vinegar, olive oil and golpar (if you are using it) with the salt and pepper.
Many plants of the family Apiaceae including Bunium persicum (zireh), and Carum and Heracleaum persicum (golpar) are used in food additives and as medicinal plants in Iran and other parts of the world [3, 4].
Giant hogweed's dried fruits may be imported as a spice or food called golpar. Its seeds may be distributed by waterways and unwitting gardeners, and can remain viable for more than 10 years.
Pomegranates spiced with "golpar," angelica powder watermelon, grapes, honeydew melon, "baslogh," "jos-e ghand," pears, oranges, tangerines, apples, cucumbers, "ajil-e shereen," which is a combination of nuts and sweet dried fruits, and, of course, traditional Persian tea, are common things to eat and drink during this long, cold night.