Sea cabbage


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Sea´ cab´bage


1.(Bot.) See Sea kale, under Kale.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Stepping up the flavour is a plate of scallops, cured in elderflower vodka and served with preserved sea cabbage, powdered seaweed and pickled samphire.
Also called sea cabbage and wild cabbage it was known to the ancient Greeks and Romans, Cato the Elder praised this vegetable for its medicinal properties declaring that "It is the cabbage that surpasses all other vegetables.
It could cost hundreds of millions to move a couple of newts or a sea cabbage. It beggars belief."