noun, plural en·dives [en-dahyvz, ahn-deevz; French ahn-deev]. /ˈɛn daɪvz, ˈɑn divz; French ɑ̃ˈdiv/.
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Being from the southwest of France, it is thanks to endive that I realize that there is exceptional produce everywhere.
Make walnut oil-Champagne vinegar vinaigrette to dress a salad of endive, toasted walnuts, and roasted and diced golden beets.
Several kinds of endive as well as watercress may also be used for salad.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 4|Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
It is slightly higher in food value than lettuce and endive, but lower than dandelion.
Endive is very low in food value, comparing very closely with celery and cucumbers in this respect.
To be most satisfactory, endive should be bought when it is fresh and unwithered and kept until used in a cool, damp place.
(a) If greens, such as endive, appear to be withered, how may they be freshened?