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Shiso (Perilla Frutescens):

A salad leaf (resembling a large stinging nettle in shape), popular in Japan, but now sometimes found here. It's best in salads or sandwiches. In Japan, it's often wrapped around rice balls, cheese or raw fish. They lose nearly all their flavour if they're cooked.

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