spinach


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Synonyms for spinach

southwestern Asian plant widely cultivated for its succulent edible dark green leaves

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Now, whenever I see large bunches of fresh spinach, their vibrant glow just makes me want to cook a spiced spinach dish consumes me - Popeye would be proud and, I'm sure, love this week's recipe for crisp spinach and chickpea samosas.
We're talking about an amount of nitrate equivalent to what is found in two or three red beets or a plate of spinach," said lead researcher Prof Eddie Weitzberg, from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.
With the National Spinach Day drive, Marco's wanted to remind people that hunger needs don't end after the cold weather months -- it's a year-round challenge.
Place mushrooms, spinach, herbs and tomato in a bowl and stir in the pancetta.
Pinguin will process spinach during Belgium's short six- to eight-week harvest period and process green beans the remainder of the year.
For salad leaves, grow perpetual spinach as a cut-and-come-again crop.
Spinach is great in hot dishes, too, such as omelettes and bakes.
The international grocery chain's statistics show sales of canned spinach across all retailers has increased 24 per cent year on year.
This recipe for Celeriac, Spinach and Horseradish Gratin serves four.
Scientists at the University of Arkansas have examined an electrostatic spray containing tartaric and malic acids and grape seed extract as an intervention technology for spinach.
Scientists at the University of Arkansas considered an electrostatic spray containing tartaric and malic acids and grape seed extract as an intervention technology for spinach.
A case-control study of 22 case-patients found that consuming bagged spinach was significantly associated with illness (p<0.
London: If you want bulging biceps like Popeye the sailor man, then all you have to do is eat his favourite food - spinach.
With its attractive, dark-green leaves and big supply of good-for-you nutrients, spinach makes a pleasing, healthy accent to everything from a delectable feta-cheese omelet to an easy-to-make lasagna.
While the risk of contracting a foodborne illness from eating spinach is low, spinach and leafy greens have been associated with numerous outbreaks due to contamination with E.