leaf vegetables


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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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Harvest leaf vegetables (chard and leaf lettuce, for example) first thing in the morning by snapping off outside leaves at the base.
Bitter leaf is one of the most widely consumed leaf vegetables. The leaves, with a sweet and bitter taste, are sold fresh or dried, and are a typical ingredient in melon soup.
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The following criteria were evaluated through the method Qualitative Evaluation of Menu Components (QEMC) developed by Veiros, (15): the presence of fresh fruits such as dessert, leaf vegetables, color monotony, foods rich in sulfur, fatty meat, fried foods, sweets, sweets and fries on the same day and preserves.
"I think we do a reasonable job with fruit, but I do worry about our vegetables, and particularly our green leaf vegetables," Foran remarked at the conference.
[6.] Bittenbender HC, Barrett RP and BM Indire-Lavusa Beans and cowpeas as leaf vegetables and grain legumes.
"The Ministry of Economy had agreed with all the cooperative societies and sale outlets not to change the prices of leaf vegetables in UAE markets...before the advent of Ramadan, such as parsley and coriander, and other basic leaf vegetables used by the faithful during the holy month."
As of last year, there were more than 150 commercial PFAL systems operating in Japan for year-round production of leaf vegetables, without soil, herbicides, or insecticides.
Leaf vegetables, distributed in block-frozen form as well as in portions, range from chopped spinach to endive and beet leaves.
Furthermore, a wide variety of plants, such as fruit vegetables and grains, can now be cultivated, in addition to conventional leaf vegetables. As a result, LED-based light sources have been adopted by universities, research institutes, and commercial plant growth facilities.