big and green

...do you know what it is?

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22 comments:

  1. looks like swiss chard

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  2. I'm going to guess swiss chard.

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  3. Yep, looks like swiss chard

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  4. Marty Julie8/13/10, 2:28 PM

    silverbeet

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  5. Swiss Chard... mmm! Delicious lightly sauteed with cooked navy beans and a little garlic.

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  6. Racheldurik8/13/10, 6:46 PM

    Green chard... I only know that thanks to our local co-op! I only tried it for the first time a few months ago.

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  7. Swiss chard, right?

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  8. Schaeferclan8/13/10, 8:28 PM

    swisschard

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  9. swiss chard. Mom used to cream the stems with a simple white sauce. We never ate the green part???

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  10. swiss chard, I totally remember this from my moms garden growing up. not sure I've eaten since I was a child but we would totally pick it and eat it right there. aahhh good memories

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  11. yeah its look like swiss chard :) but i have never seen as big as this :)

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  12. looks like a really green tobacco leaf... however, i think it's swiss chard

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  13. *Maybe* Baby Mama8/14/10, 8:02 PM

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  14. I'm going to be a little different and say ORGANIC Swiss Chard! :)

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  15. brittanyclaire8/15/10, 12:04 AM

    there you go... that's it! {grin} I can not believe how quick you guys are... until this year I probably couldn't have named it. I hardly ever bought it at the store... I was a spinach girl. Now I'm in LOVE!

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  16. Swiss Chard spinach...I have some in my garden :)

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  17. Known in Australia & New Zealand as Silverbeet...

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  18. sixcrazychildren8/16/10, 4:39 AM

    I'm Australian too & grew up ebing told it is Spinach... but 'silverbeet' it is!!

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  19. YUM! Swiss chard. I have a recipie for enchiladas with 'barbecued greens' that is awesome. I planted it in my garden last year for the first time but ended up composting most of it because I was pregnant (with twin girls:) and wanted nothing to do with most vegetables:( Sad I know! Love your blog. I've learned so many new things from your posts that I've researched and incorporated into our lives/diets. Thanks for sharing bits of your everyday life with us!

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