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A member of the water-lily family cultivated for its roots, leaves, seeds, and flowers. The roots are used as a vegetable, the leaves for wrapping food and flavouring rice, and the seeds - that have a slightly almond flavour - are often used in Thai cooking. The dried leaves and seeds are available from Thai and Far Eastern food shops.

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