I have a question about the ingredient "sorrel, washed, spun dry and chopped" on the recipe "Creamy Sorrel Soup" from thirschfeld.
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So what's the question? If it's what can you use instead of sorrel, well, that would mean it was no longer sorrel soup. If it's about the taste of sorrel, it's a green with a lemony tang. More fragile than spinach, and it (sadly) turns kind of grayish when cooked. It makes a delicious soup despite the color change.
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It's also great with fish like salmon or trout or sturgeon, although do note that the tag is "vegetarian".
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