Amaranthaceae-chenopodium genus: In the Chenopodium album, some of the genus Goosefoot grow on the coast and are regarded as salty (raw) plants. The hair on the surface is called salt hair, and salt is accumulated in these blader cells. Lígēng: Those who are accustomed to eating goosefoot do not know the taste of the treat. It is difficult for a boring person to understand the lofty and important things.

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