- n bushy plant of Old World salt marshes and sea beaches having prickly leaves; burned to produce a crude soda ash
- n Algerian plant formerly burned to obtain calcium carbonate
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- Grab some agretti from Jones Valley Farms at the Dane County Farmers' Market
Agretti -- also called saltwort, Russian thistle, barilla plant, Salsola soda , or monk's beard -- is a succulent native to the Mediterranean. It is salt-tolerant, and normally grows in brackish water along the coastline. It was once the source of soda ash (sodium chloride) that was a key element to early glass-making. In fact, the clarity of the famous Venetian glass chandeliers was once ...
June 12, 2013 - Isthmus
- Bode Miller in USA Today
Or we could put together a team that would compete on the World Cup,Miller wrote. "We could get Barilla or one of my other sponsors to cover us. Each of the guys would have a salary, so guys who were not as good would get consistent pay."
- Andrea in PR Web (press release)
Select Italy president and owner, Andrea Sertoli, says, "We are very proud to be able to offer this group tour. Academia Barilla is recognized throughout the world as one of the premier cooking academies and it is an honor to be able to offer our...
- Mario Batali in ABC News
This was a really great idea that Barilla came up and what they've come up with is a downloadable book,said Batali.