Spinach is an extremely nutrient-rich vegetable. It packs high amounts of carotenoids, vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, iron, and calcium.
Spinach is high in vitamin K1, which serves several functions in your body but is best known for its role in blood clotting.
Spinach is low in carbs but high in insoluble fiber. This type of fiber may benefit your digestion.
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Add layers of spinach to your next lasagna recipe.
Pine nuts are a great addition to cooked spinach.
Spinach salads are a classic easy and delicious meal or side dish.
Spinach is one of the only recommend for boiling to free up acids and allow them to leach into the boiling water; this brings out a sweeter taste from the spinach.
Do not wash spinach before storing as the exposure to water encourages spoilage. Place spinach in a plastic storage bag and wrap the bag tightly around the spinach, squeezing out as much of the air as possible. Place in refrigerator where it will keep fresh for up to 5 days.