Oenanthe stolonifera – Famine Foods

Oenanthe stolonifera

Oenanthe javanica


China: leaves boiled then eaten with oil and salt. Papua New Guinea (Southern Highlands Province): leaves eaten.

Additional Information

Name Authority:
(Roxb.) DC
English: Water Celery, Water Dropwort. New Guinea: Taziy.
Chemical composition: Protein = 1.51%. Fat = 0.28%. Carbohydrate = 2.47%. Ash = 1.4%.

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