A 50 species salad from 30th April 2014

On 30th April 2014 I made a 50 species salad together with my intern Yngvil (pictures below)

See her blog entry about this at https://saladdy.wordpress.com/2014/04/30/the-50-varietie-salad
The salad included the fllowing species: Aegopodium podagraria, Agastache foeniculum, Alliaria petiolata, Allium carolinianum, Allium cernuum, Allium fistulosum, Allium nutans, Allium oleraceum, Allium paradoxum, Allium schoenoprasum, Allium scorodoprasum, Allium tuberosum, Allium ursinum, Allium victorialis, Angelica archangelica “Vossakvann”, Armoracia rusticana, Betula pubescens, Bistorta officinalis,Campanula latifolia, Cardamine pentaphylla ,Claytonia virginica, Hablitzia tamnoides, Hydropyllum virginianum, Levisticum officinale, Myrrhis odorata, Osmorhiza ssp., Oxalis acetosella, Persicaria bistortoides, Plantago caucasiaca, Primula denticulata, Primula elatior, Rheum ribes, Ribes divaricatum, Ribes nigrum, Ribes x nidigrolaria, Rumex acetosa, Rumex confertus, Rumex scutatus, Scorzonera hispanica `Duplex´, Sedum `Carl´, Taraxacum, Ulmus glabra, Urtica dioica

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2 thoughts on “A 50 species salad from 30th April 2014”

  1. Incredible. The sheer amount of species reminds me of the gargouillou that Michel Bras made famous at his restaurant in Aubrac, inspired by his runs through the country side when plants were in full bloom.

    1. Hi Alan,
      Thanks for that…I’d not heard of Bras’ Gargouillou! I wonder if he was also inspired by the traditional multi-species dishes of the Mediterranean countries (often over 50 plants) like I was and as documented in my book Around the World in 80 plants!
      Here are some more salads https://www.edimentals.com/blog/?p=22799
      …and a little recipe from my first world record salad with 363 different plants in 2003!
      Best regards, Stephen

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