Growing Cauliflower

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21 Jul 10 stell (Australia - temperate climate)
can te leaves of the plant used (cooked) any way as i have a good foliage of healthy leaves or i hav to put the wole lot in the compost:(
20 Feb 11 Alexis (Australia - temperate climate)
Yes - you can eat the leaves. They're good in stir-fries, or curries, or fried to a crisp with sesame seed oil and lemon juice. Lots of folate!
21 Jul 10 Liz (New Zealand - temperate climate)
You can use the leaves but they might be a bit tough.
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