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Spinach is a leafy green producing succulent, dark green, spoon-shaped leaves. It offers a subtle, yet assertive vegetal flavor often with iron or metallic notes. Depending upon variety and maturity, Spinach can be sweet, earthy, nutty and even tangy.
Spinach is available year-round.
Spinach, botanically classified as Spinacia oleracea, has three varieties: savoy, semi savoy and flat-leafed. The savoy spinach has crinkled leaves and is the primary commercial type. Semi-savoy has partially crinkled leaves and is most often processed but can also be found in markets, while flat-leafed is mainly processed. Spinach seeds come in two varieties, round and prickly, the variety of seed having no impact on the type of spinach grown from it. Some trace the name Spinach to a Latin in origin, Spinacia, which translates to "spine" referring to the spiny seed coat found on some spinach seeds. Others say it gets its name from the old Persian word aspanakh.
An excellent source of antioxidants, Spinach has four times the beta carotene of broccoli. Its high lutein content helps to lower cholesterol and aid in eye health. Spinach also contains carbohydrates, protein, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, iron and folic acid. For best nutritional value, eat raw or slightly cooked.
Spinach can be eaten fresh or cook and stands up well to heat, baking and sauteing. Use as in a salad mix or as a dark, leafy green. It is highly versatile and pairs well with spring vegetables, citrus, berries, eggs, nuts, bacon, pasta, cream and fresh cheeses. Flavor with Indian or Middle Eastern spices, creams, ginger, garlic, shallots, chiles and soy. Spinach will keep, dry and refrigerated, for one to two weeks.
Dishes that include Spinach are often referred to as “Florentine” or “à la Florentine” in reference to Florence, Italy. It was said that the 16th century queen Catherine de Médicis, who was born in Florence, loved the vegetable so much that she took her Italian chefs with her when she married and relocated to France.
Spinach is a native to Persia, and today it is still found growing wild in modern day Iran. The domestic cultivation of Spinach goes back over two millennia when it was first brought to China in 647 BC. Trade routes are most likely to thank for its European introduction, when the Sicilians imported Spinach sometime during the ninth century. It later spread to Spain and England and was known by a plethora of aliases such as spinech, spinage, spinnedge, or even spynoches. Spinach thrives in cool temperatures and sandy soil with conservative watering.
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Recipes that include Spinach. One is easiest, three is harder.
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pasar tanah tinggi tangerang
Near Tangerang, West Java, Indonesia
About 172 days ago, 10/13/19
Sharer's comments : bayam
Mercato di Campo dei Fiori Near Rome, Rome, Italy
About 199 days ago, 9/16/19
Baja Ranch Market Near Altadena, California, United States
About 278 days ago, 6/28/19
Altayebat Market Inc, - BrookhurstNear Stanton, California, United States
1217 S Brookhurst Street Anaheim CA 92804
About 284 days ago, 6/22/19
Stater Bros. Markets
Stater Bros. Markets - Newport Blvd.Near Costa Mesa, California, United States
2180 Newport Blvd. Costa Mesa CA 92627
About 285 days ago, 6/21/19
Mount Vernon Farmers Market
Red Shed FarmNear Mount Vernon, Washington, United States
Mount Vernon, WA
About 312 days ago, 5/25/19
Sharer's comments : Beautiful, tender and a lovely variation to fresh pesto :)
Natural Grocers Near Eugene, Oregon, United States
About 326 days ago, 5/11/19
Little Italy Mercato
Gaytan Family Farms Maricela GaytanNear San Diego, California, United States
19203 Cajalco Road, Perris 92570
About 473 days ago, 12/15/18
Sharer's comments : Spinach spotted at Little Italy Mercato.
Fat Cat Organics, Cullman AL Near Cullman, Alabama, United States
About 593 days ago, 8/17/18
First Alternative Natural Foods Co-Op Near Corvallis, Oregon, United States
About 659 days ago, 6/12/18
Sharer's comments : Spinach spotted at First Alternative Natural Foods Co-Op.
Whole Foods Market
Whole Foods Market - InterbayNear Seattle, Washington, United States
2001 15th Avenue W, Seattle 98119
About 711 days ago, 4/21/18
Sharer's comments : Spinach spotted at Whole Foods Market. Local Spinach buches are an awesome salad base or great sautéed ;)