An Archive of Rhubarb History

Worth more than cinnamon on the Silk Road; acidic in the cold, but good for dyeing; your great-aunt dips the raw stalks in sugar.

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the moon moves closer
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An Archive of Rhubarb History

3 thoughts on “An Archive of Rhubarb History

      1. I was just curious, because rhubarb leaves can be toxic which lends a different interpretation.

        And of course, I misspelled in a comment asking about your spelling… 🙂

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