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Common sorrel (Rumex acetosa)is a relative of the broad-leaved dock and has been cultivated for centuries. It can be found in meadows, verges and hedgerows. It is used as a puree in soups or its leaves used in salads. However it has a sharp taste due to the oxalic acid it contains and although it looks like 'good' rabbit food our rabbits will not eat it.
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