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Rainbow chard

  • The taste depends on which part you eat, though not so much on which colour. The large, firm leaves are mild, sweet, earthy and just slightly bitter. The stalks resemble flat celery with a sweet taste slightly reminiscent of beets. On the whole, it’s a bit milder than spinach.

  • Rainbow Chard can be used for salad. It is also great to sauté or stir-fry

  • Per serving of Rainbow Chard is:

    • a best source (>50% daily value) of carotenoids, polyphenols, and vitamin K

    • an excellent source (20-50% daily value) of vitamin A, and vitamin C

    • a good source (10-20% daily value) of betalains, copper, magnesium, and manganese.

  • Lettuce has a high water content and very low calories (15kcal in 100g).

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