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Jewish Recipes --> Recipes --> Vegetable Dishes --> Spinach

Spinach Recipes:

Blintz

Kugel

With Spinach:

 

Cooking Tips:   Spinach

Studies show that people who eat the most leafy greens have less cancer, less cardiovascular disease and fewer age-related eye diseases. A recent British study pinpointed spinach as the food most likely to prevent cataracts.

Spinach is a leafy green.

Curly spinach requires cooking. Flat-leaf spinach is sweeter and more tender, so it can be used for cooking or salads.

Tatsoi, an Asian vegetable, may substitute for spinach in cooking. Baby spinach is very tender and is ideal for salads.

 

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