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Vietnamese Hot Mint / Vietnamese Coriander / Rau Ram (Persicaria odorata):

A herb, resembling mint in appearance, but not related – popular in the Far East, but easy to grow in Britain.

It's similar in flavour to coriander, and can be used in salads, or added to soups, stews or homemade Spring rolls (which are best made with Vietnamese rice wrappers).

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