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The Scottish kitchen garden gave its name to a branch of Scottish literature prominent in the 19th century. It was characterised by its sentimental and endearing treatment of the lives of the poor and unpretentious. Kail, a hardy variety of cabbage, used to be a staple and healthy element in the Scottish diet.


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