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I meant a foot and a half. I'm a good 30cm above the ground.    I guess I'll just have to wait and see. The plant looks alive and well and has already grown some new green leaves. 
Perhaps, but.... I forgot to mention that I've had that lemongrass bush for over 10 years and this is the first year I've decided to trim it and am having this issue. Not sure if the issue is related to the trimming or not.   Thanks... so I never did any of that but just inserted the stalks right into the soil, and that worked great for the first 10 years, it's just this year that I've noticed the lack of taste and smell. 
Does it really matter?  Keeping chicken for 2 weeks and steak for 4 weeks, wether raw or cooked... sounds like playing with fire to me. I wouldn't eat in that restaurant. 
I've never made them myself but you can find recipes all over the net - here's one: http://www.lecremedelacrumb.com/2015/08/lemon-poppyseed-muffins.html
I'm with you. Here are my baby back ribs before cooking. Lots of herbs, no sugar.  
It does sound like https://www.supercook.com - which lets you add ingredients you want, ingredients you don't want, and generates a list of recipe based on that. They have a website and also an app. 
Used to be. But it was pretty dead, which is probably why Nicko decided to axe it. 
Hey @apron that sounds delicious. Would you mind sharing your recipe? I'd like to try those! :D
Lemon/poppyseed muffins are pretty common around here, and they're delicious. 
My lemongrass was overgrown and had a lot of dried leaves so I cut all the leaves and trimmed the stems to about 1' 1/2 from the ground, and the stems seemed alive to me. Yet when I cut a couple off and started pounding them and cutting them, there was no smell. I started to chew on the white part of some of those stems... and there was no taste at all.    Is it just dead? 
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