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Kail, colewort; broth is commonly termed kail; but, properly speaking, it is not kail until the second day.
THE PROVERBS OF SCOTLANDALEXANDER HISLOP
Peas may still be sown, and French beans also, as may cabbage and colewort seed.
Colewort, it is said, kills the larv, while it at the same time manures the soil.
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The tender blades or sprouts nipt from colewort or any other vegetable, S.
Loudon says the original Colewort seems to be lost, and is now succeeded by what are called "Cabbage Coleworts."
These are cabbage-plants in their young state; and, when cooked, are quite as tender and good as the true Colewort.
The Colewort, strictly speaking, is a plant distinct from the other varieties of Cabbage.
They appear to have been great consumers of honey; and amongst their vegetables, beans and colewort are frequently mentioned.
Colewort or sea-kale; a plant in its wild state peculiar to the sea-coast.
THE SAILOR'S WORD-BOOKWILLIAM HENRY SMYTH

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