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Old 11.11.2020, 23:32
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Re: Where To Buy Swiss Chard

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Thank you all. However isnít Swiss chard red stalks with green leaves. Both of these look like Bok Choy or cabbage which is not Swiss chard
Swiss chard is both white and red, although the standard here is white. There is also rainbow chard which has red, purple, orange stalks and tends to be smaller stalks, or harvested earlier.

We actually sautť the stems in olive oil and garlic, hot pepper, add the leaves and eat on a focaccia (my aunt from Calabria did this).
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