Sorrel is a small plant with characteristic soft pink, yellow, fuchsia or white leaves and inflorescences that grows wild in upland and submountain, woodland and wetland habitats. The name comes from the large amount of oxalic acid contained in the leaves. Precisely because of its characteristic sour taste that is very reminiscent of vinegar, precisely, sorrel has been used since the Middle Ages as a dressing for salads, vegetables and soups.
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100 g package
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