- Never mind that an aspen's leaves are ‘2 to 6 inches long, with flattened leafstalks.’
- While the leafstalks are edible, the leaves themselves contain oxalic acid and should not be eaten.
- First, rhubarb leafstalks are cut into small pieces, such pieces being on the order of one inch long.
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