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Rhubarb leaves contain a natural toxin and should not be eaten. Simply cut them off and discard. Poached rhubarb can also be served with roast pork, ice cream, waffles, or toast. Use this to make our Rhubarb Float with Buttermilk Sorbet.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, March 2007
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Rhubarb leaves contain a natural toxin and should not be eaten. Simply cut them off and discard. Poached rhubarb can also be served with roast pork, ice cream, waffles, or toast. Rhubarb and poaching liquid can be refrigerated together in an airtight container up to 1 week.

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