RhubarbRhubarbReturn to the Seasonal Produce Guide Nutrition Facts Panel for Rhubarb
Note: Only the stalks of the rhubarb plant can be safely eaten. Rhubarb leaves (cooked or raw) contain toxins that are poisonous.
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Learn About Rhubarb
- Rhubarb: Nutrition. Selection. Storage. Produce for Better Health Foundation.
- Vegetables and Fruits for Health: Rhubarb. University of Maine Cooperative Extension.
- Watch Your Garden Grow: Rhubarb. University of Illinois Extension.
- How to Can and Freeze Rhubarb. Penn State Extension.
- Canning Rhubarb - Stewed: Step-by-Step Directions. University of Minnesota Extension.
Teach About Rhubarb
- How to Nourish with Rhubarb (DOC|996KB). Utah State University Food$ense.
- Food$ense Kids Veggie Vibes: Rhubarb (PDF|1MB). Utah State University Food$ense.
- Classroom Connections (PDF|741KB). Oregon Harvest for Schools.
- Focus on Fruits: Grades 2-3 (PDF|244KB). Iowa Nutrition Network.
- Rhubarb Handout. Montana State University Extension.