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Have You Seen Snoggles Snail? By Deidree Wickliffe
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Snoggles snail has a mind of his own. Snoggles snail can be very impulsive and forget the implications that come with being impulsive. Every Saturday is a special day spent with his two friends... More > Buggles Bear and Henrietta Hedgehog. Believing he was doing the right thing by his friends, Snoggles snail left his house early morning to the cabbage patch garden without telling his friends. He wanted a feed of cabbage before they went swimming. The cabbage patch garden was right next to the pond. Snoggles snail thought he could have his cabbage and wait there for his friends to arrive. Snoggles snail needs to remember that if he is going to leave his house, to let someone know first. Who knows what could have happened to Snoggles Snail?< Less
From Beyond the Grave By Christopher Miller
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In the coastal township of Bristolville, clockmaker-turned-blackmailer Marvin Cabbage is found shot to death in his home. Days later, a chilling manifesto appears in the local paper, in which the... More > dead man vows to exact revenge upon his killers, "from beyond the grave." Life in the quiet city turns into a nightmare, as one by one, the ghost of Cabbage begins picking off his targets with clockwork efficiency... Or could it be someone else, a mortal killer perhaps, stalking the guilty parties?< Less
From Beyond the Grave By Christopher Miller
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In the coastal township of Bristolville, clockmaker-turned-blackmailer Marvin Cabbage is found shot to death in his home. Days later, a chilling manifesto appears in the local paper, in which the... More > dead man vows to exact revenge upon his killers, "from beyond the grave." Life in the quiet city turns into a nightmare, as one by one, the ghost of Cabbage begins picking off his targets with clockwork efficiency... Or could it be someone else, a mortal killer perhaps, stalking the guilty parties?< Less
Kohlrabi: Growing Practices and Nutritional Information By Agrihortico
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KnolKhol is an exotic, temperate, stem-vegetable belonging to Brassica family, i.e. family of cabbage and cauliflower. Scientific name of KnolKhol is Brassica oleracea var. gongylodes. KnolKhol is... More > also known as Kohlrabi or German Turnip or Cabbage Turnip. KnolKhol is mainly grown for its edible, succulent globular-shaped modified stem and associated leaves which are turnip-flavoured< Less
Vaughan's Vegetable Cook Book By Anonymous
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This informative, yet crazy collection of vegetable recipes is something that you will find useful and amusing. You will find recipes for such things as Pumpkin Soup, Cabbage Pudding, and Cucumber... More > Catsup. It is interesting to read through and see some of our favorite dishes and also some of the "unusal" recipes that were popular in 1919.< Less
Grange Goings On By Martine C Randolph
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Thought the East Anglian Fens were just places to sit and watch the cabbages grow? Think again! The antics of the residents and staff at Fendyke Grange Residential Home will offer you amusement and... More > might just give you food for thought about what you want from your twilight years.< Less
Grange Goings On By Martine C Randolph
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Thought the East Anglian Fens were just places to sit and watch the cabbages grow? Think again! The antics of the residents and staff at Fendyke Grange Residential Home will offer you amusement and... More > might just give you food for thought about what you want from your twilight years.< Less
The Wonderful World of Why Not By Jolie Pierce
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Join Eric the Snail, Jolly Cabbage the Fairy Godmother, and Wednesday the Raven in there exciting adventures through the World of Why Not There is something for everyone in this book. Pictures to... More > colour in for young children, a story written for a reading age of about 7 years, some elements that teenagers will think are cool, and some jokes snuck in for the adults!< Less
Walk from London to John O'groat's By Alease Sthilaire
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begging, with such a long and melancholy face, for withered cabbage leaves and woody-grained turnips cast out and trodden under feet of happier animals,--that this meek little creature, kicked,... More > cuffed, and club-beaten all the way from hopeless youth to an ignominious grave, will carry into another world merits and mementoes< Less
Kale Recipes By Olivia Smith
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Kale (/keɪl/) or leaf cabbage are certain cultivars of cabbage (brassica oleracea) grown for their edible leaves. A kale plant has green or purple leaves and the central leaves do not form a... More > head (as with headed cabbages). Kales are considered to be closer to wild cabbage than most domesticated forms of brassica oleracea. Raw kale is composed of 84% water, 9% carbohydrates, 4% protein, and 1% fat (table). In a 100 gram serving, raw kale provides 49 calories and a large amount of vitamin k at 3.7 times the daily value (dv) (table). It is a rich source (20% or more of the dv) of vitamin a, vitamin c, vitamin b6, folate, and manganese (see table "kale,raw"). Kale is a good source (10–19% dv) of thiamine, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, vitamin e and several dietary minerals, including iron, calcium, potassium, and phosphorus (see table "kale, raw"). Boiling raw kale diminishes most of these nutrients, while values for vitamins a, c, and k, and manganese remain substantial (see table "kale, cooked").< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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