wild spinach


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Noun1.wild spinach - European plant naturalized in North Americawild spinach - European plant naturalized in North America; often collected from the wild as a potherb
wild spinach - leafy greens collected from the wild and used as a substitute for spinach
goosefoot - any of various weeds of the genus Chenopodium having small greenish flowers
2.wild spinach - common weedy European plant introduced into North Americawild spinach - common weedy European plant introduced into North America; often used as a potherb
lamb's-quarter, pigweed, wild spinach - leaves collected from the wild
wild spinach - leafy greens collected from the wild and used as a substitute for spinach
goosefoot - any of various weeds of the genus Chenopodium having small greenish flowers
3.wild spinach - leafy greens collected from the wild and used as a substitute for spinach
greens, leafy vegetable, green - any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables
Chenopodium album, lamb's-quarters, pigweed, wild spinach - common weedy European plant introduced into North America; often used as a potherb
allgood, Chenopodium bonus-henricus, fat hen, good-king-henry, wild spinach - European plant naturalized in North America; often collected from the wild as a potherb
4.wild spinach - leaves collected from the wild
greens, leafy vegetable, green - any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables
Chenopodium album, lamb's-quarters, pigweed, wild spinach - common weedy European plant introduced into North America; often used as a potherb
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Over 70 children who live at the orphanage were shown how to source and prepare simple dishes before enjoying Chef Thakur's tasting menu including locally foraged shisnu and wild spinach soup for the starter, a main course of locally farmed chicken casserole with barley, and rhododendron rice pudding with yak dairy for dessert.
The Margallas are an ideal habitat for wild spinach and their better tasting cousins, known locally as 'Cholai' and 'Mako'.
The Wild Spinach Soup they served was comfort food.
She nurtured us mostly with rice gruel and wild spinach, because that was all her meagre earnings could fetch.
"It's known as wild spinach because it's a mild-tasting green that reduces greatly in volume when you cook it," says Zachos.