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leaf vegetables

- Include cabbage and Romaine lettuce, spinach, Swiss chard, endive, and cress.
See also related terms for spinach.
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Also known as Italian chicory, which leaf vegetable usually has whiteveined red leaves?
Shiarkar told the Islamic Republic news agency on Wednesday that last year some 33 types of agro products, including kiwifruit, potato, raisins, cabbage, apple, leaf vegetable, grapes, watermelon, cherry, lemon, tea, dates and pistachios were exported to Georgia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, the Central Asian countries, and the Caucasus.
There was also one very traditional offering, which may not be to everyone's taste because of the meat which is wrapped round an endive, a leaf vegetable, covered with a Gratin melt that just works wonders, cauliflower-cheese style (BD6.
Then came the more striking selections: a juice made of watercress, a leaf vegetable usually served in salads; and the viagra juice, whose contents remain a mystery, which supposedly "gives the body strength.
It has been found that the newly developed cultivation method (the Shigyo Method) increases the amount of leaf vegetable harvests up to three times* the conventional level for the same length of cultivation period, compared with cultivation under fluorescent lamps or LED lighting with fixed ratio of red light to blue light.
He said that milk, egg, yogurt, leaf vegetable, high testosterone and estrogen level protect a person from bone loss.
The government ordered Fukushima and three other prefectures Monday to suspend shipments of spinach and another leaf vegetable following the detection of radioactive substances in the produce at levels beyond legal limits.
The Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry called on consumers not to eat the 11 vegetables, also including spinach and the ''komatsuna'' leaf vegetable, produced in the prefecture, where a troubled nuclear power plant is located, for the time being.
Yuhei Sato to ask people, including the prefecture's own residents, to refrain from eating vegetables such as cabbage, the ''komatsuna'' leaf vegetable, broccoli and cauliflower.
THEY can be eaten as a leaf vegetable and are high in Vitamins A and C, plus iron.
Kale is a wonderful and plentiful leaf vegetable which is very flavoursome and worth using.
Goldman says that during the time of the Romans, people selected the progenitor of the modern beet from a wild plant in the Mediterranean region to use as a leaf vegetable.