Swiss chard

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Swiss chard:

see beetbeet,
biennial or annual root vegetable of the family Chenopodiaceae (goosefoot family). The beet (Beta vulgaris) has been cultivated since pre-Christian times. Among its numerous varieties are the red, or garden, beet, the sugar beet, Swiss chard, and several types of
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Some greens are good sources of both iron and vitamin C, such as collard greens and Swiss chard.
Of Mediterranean origin, Swiss chard has been prescribed by Aristotle since the 9th century BC.
1 SWISS chard contains three times the recommended daily intake of vitamin K and 44% of the recommended level of vitamin A.
The main course served to the Crown Prince had a halibut fillet with roasted cauliflower Swiss chard. This was served with crushed sumac and topped with some mint butter.
One of the most ornamental edible plants is Swiss chard. Bright Lights boasts broad, crinkly, dark green leaves with brightly colored stalks in pink, gold, red or white.
Roasted Roots and Chicken Power Bowl with Maple Aioli Ingredients 4 potatoes, chopped into 1/2-inch cubes; 3 carrots 1 turnip, peeled, cut in half lengthwise, and then cut into wedges 1 red onion, cut into wedges 1 cup butternut squash, peeled and chopped 2 beets, rinsed, peeled, cut in half and then cut into wedges 4 teaspoons olive oil, divided Salt and pepper 3 sprigs fresh thyme, removed from stem 3 cups Swiss chard, removed from stem and chopped 1 garlic clove, minced 1 cup cooked rotisserie chicken, chopped For the Maple Aioli 3 tablespoons fresh mayonnaise 1 tablespoon maple syrup 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon Preparation Preheat the oven to 220 degree C.
Swiss chard cultivar was raised in greenhouse and irrigated with different concentrations of leachate obtained from the municipal landfill in Bellville, Cape Town, South Africa.
| IN the veg garden it's the outdoor sowing and planting season for loads of crops such as leeks, peas, beetroot, radish, cauliflower, onions, carrots, spinach, broccoli, cabbage, artichoke, broad beans and Swiss chard.
Good enough to eat - perpetual spinach This healthy green leaf can give you spinach all year round, although it tastes slightly different to "real" spinach - a bit like Swiss chard - and the leaves are shinier and a bit tougher.
I focused on one he calls Spring Bibimbap, with its combination of kimchi, quick-pickled vegetables and sauteed Swiss chard (the latter sprinkled with black sesame seeds).
While rangy tomato vines and dead cornstalks make their way to the compost pile this time of year, we replant our Test Garden beds with the prettiest edibles: structural Swiss chard, voluptuous cabbage plants, and vining snap peas.

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