July 6, 2001 Vegetable Crossword
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4. Any of numerous plants of the genus Plantago; mostly small roadside or dooryard weeds with elliptic leaves and small spikes of very small flowers; seeds of some used medicinally
5. Pungent bulb
9. Pungent leaves of any of numerous cruciferous herbs
10. Related to onions; white cylindrical bulb and flat dark-green leaves
11. Beet having a massively swollen red root; widely grown for human consumption
12. Archaic: a pea.
14. Early producing cultivars of the genus Brassica oleracea grown for their edible leaves or flowers
19. Very hot and finely tapering pepper of special pungency
20. Aromatic fresh or dried gray-green leaves used widely as seasoning for meats and fowl and game etc
21. Maize developed to be eaten while still young and soft


1. Large mild and succulent yellow-skinned onion; often eaten raw
2. Head of soft crinkly leaves
3. An older name for the broad bean, alternate spelling.
6. Any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables
7. Long mucilaginous green pods; may be simmered or sauteed but used especially in soups and stews
8. A hardy cabbage with coarse curly leaves that do not form a head
12. An English, snow, sugar or chick
13. Spring onion
15. Edible seeds of various pod-bearing plants
16. Daucus carota sativa
17. Witloof
18. Edible tuberous root of various plants of the genus Dioscorea grown in the tropics world-wide for food


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August 2011

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