Of course, you can eat anything in your garden. Why, I ate a pair o
doves that landed on my lawn yesterday.
Also, while we're on the topic of lawns, anyone who waters their law
is a douchebag
Not to get into the middle of this exchange; just wanted to point out
that "their" arose as a natural response from people who objected to
everything being couched in the masculine by default.
Since we don't have a grammar like, e.g. the French, where the pronoun
accords with the noun it modifies ("son chapeau" but "sa tete"), the
objectors had no choice but to either use "her" for everything, which
met a lot of resistance (!), or to go for the neutral 3rd personal
plural "their". It's here to stay, faut de mieux.
> I found these things growing in my garden. Are they edible?
They're stinging nettles & I wouldn't try eating them raw if I wer
you! If you want to eat them gather some with thick gloves & try thi
or a similar nettle soup recipe
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