Talk:Sorrel

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Rumex Acetosa (possibly all varieties), or Rumex acetosella (Red Sorrel) is probably used in the Romanian soup Lobodă (Lobodă itself appears to be Atriplex hortensis). In Romanian, this Common Sorrel is called Stevie. In Indic languages, R. acetosella (Red Sorrel) may be called Gongura. I would appreciate if someone were to clear my confusion. njaard (talk) 18:34, 13 September 2010 (UTC)