Started by Judy Glattstein, May 21, 2023, 09:48:16 AM
Quotehttps://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fip/novel_food_catalogue/#Oxalis acetosella L.The leaves of Oxalis acetosella L. are considered not novel.Other aerial parts of Oxalis acetosella L. are considered not novel in food supplements..Oxalis purpurea The request concerns Oxalis purpurea considered as novel in food. .Oxalis tuberosa This vegetable originated from the Andes of South America. It ranges from pale creamy-white to deep purplish red in colour and sweet to slightly astringent in taste, depending on variety. It is a popular root crop of the Andes. It is easy to prepare, as it does not require peeling, however, as it is a root crop, proper cleaning is essential before roasting, steaming or frying. .Oxalis vulcanicola The request concerns Oxalis vulcanicola considered as novel in food.Novel Food Status
Quote from: Judy Glattstein on May 21, 2023, 09:48:16 AMHaving brought the two large pots of dormant Oxalis regnellii 'Purpurea' up from the basement and repotted them I have a plethora of extra tubers. I have eaten wood sorrel leaves, also oca.Does anyone know if any portions of the purple leaf oxalis are edible?