When I first began gardening 25 years ago, the variety of garden seeds was extremely limited. Heirloom vegetables were just beginning to make a come back and culinary herbs were seriously limited to a handful of the most popular types. Today, the number of seed varieties available to the average gardener is mind-boggling, which is wonderful if you love to garden. But for all the choices available to us, there is one small herb called fenugreek that is not only hard to come by, but one that has been almost entirely forgotten by gardeners, cooks, and herbalists in America.
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