salad greens

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Noun1.salad greens - greens suitable for eating uncooked as in saladssalad greens - greens suitable for eating uncooked as in salads
greens, leafy vegetable, green - any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables
lettuce - leaves of any of various plants of Lactuca sativa
celtuce - leaves having celery-like stems eaten raw or cooked
curly endive, chicory - crisp spiky leaves with somewhat bitter taste
chicory escarole, escarole, endive - variety of endive having leaves with irregular frilled edges
cress - pungent leaves of any of numerous cruciferous herbs
salad burnet - leaves sometimes used for salad
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You guessed it: Salad greens are also sensitive to ethylene!
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FOR ONE SERVING OF SALAD 2 cups salad greens or cold steamed spinach or other greens 1 cup shredded cabbage or kale 1 cup raw or cooked veggies 4 oz.
In addition to the usual spinach and kale, we've had great success growing lettuce under cover, and we've discovered that lesser-known salad greens, such as mache (also known as corn salad) and claytonia, with its small, delicate flowers, really spruce up salad when tomatoes and cucumbers aren't available.
The crops included radishes, salad greens, and cucumbers.
Dinner: Mediterranean Fish Stew with assorted salad greens and Lemon Herb Vinaigrette
The vegan burger is being listed on TGI Fridays menus as a "Mushroom Beyond Meat Burger," and is seasoned, pan-fried and served with salad greens and truffle mayonnaise, according to LiveKindly.
AeroFarms, a New Jersey-based operation, says it uses 95 percent less water than traditional farming to grow salad greens. Plenty, a South San Francisco-based vertical-farming startup, claims to churn out "up to 350 times as much produce per square foot as a conventional farm, while using just 1 percent of the water."
A very simple idea put me on the path toward growing a year-round indoor salad garden: I wanted fresh salad greens throughout winter.
In addition, the design includes more clear space to better showcase the salad greens as well as information and images about each salad's ingredients and key nutritional values.
Salad greens without dressing can also do the trick.