1980Fair Lady 7 May 195In the Cape, however, just mention that waterblommetjie bredie is a con, a disappointment, even (like some I have tasted) a disaster and people start wondering about your forebears, your passport and your eligibility for the voters’ roll.
The edible water plant Aponogeton distachyos of the Aponogetonaceae, which occurs naturally in the Western Cape during the spring, and is prized in cooking; blommetjie2; Cape pondweed, see Cape2 a; waterblom (sense a); wateruintjiea. Also attributive.
, a stew of meat and waterblommetjies; wateruintjie bredie, see wateruintjieb.
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