Swiss chard is great for your sight, brain, DNA, blood and skin health
Young chard can be served raw in salads but if cooking, cook the stalks separately for a longer time and serve with the leaves. Once cooked the bitterness fades.
Swiss chard is great for your sight, brain, DNA, blood and skin health. It’s also known as silver beet and originates from Sicily. It can grow up to two feet that’s 60cm! Similar in taste to beet greens and spinach, swiss chard leaves may be slightly bitter. The stems have a crunchy texture similar to bok choy stems and are slightly sweet.
Portion size set to: 40 g
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