Ta chòrta: wild edible greens used in the Graecanic area in Calabria, Southern Italy.

@article{Nebel2006TaCW,
  title={Ta ch{\`o}rta: wild edible greens used in the Graecanic area in Calabria, Southern Italy.},
  author={Sabine Nebel and Andrea Pieroni and Michael Heinrich},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2006},
  volume={47 3},
  pages={333-42}
}
  • Sabine Nebel, Andrea Pieroni, Michael Heinrich
  • Published 2006 in Appetite
Dietary patterns change rapidly all over the world. The body of available local food knowledge, which forms the basis of many local traditions, is decreasing dramatically. At the same time, consumers demand novel types of tasty food, which is easy to prepare. In the Mediterranean, vegetables and salads made from wild greens have been particularly important as local (traditional) foods since ancient times. This double interest in local plant use and diets led to an ethnobotanical and socio… CONTINUE READING

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