Spinach is a commonly used leafy green with small, arrow shaped leaves, and thin stems.  Spinach is high in antioxidants and vitamins A, C, E, and iron.  Spinach’s high nutritional content is well preserved when served lightly cooked or raw.  Cook quickly until spinach turns a bright green for best flavor.  Spinach has a wide variety of culinary uses including, salads, pasta, and egg dishes.  We grow several types, New Zealand and Bloomsdale.

Spinach

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Storage

Store unwashed spinach in a plastic bag in the refrigerator.  To store washed and dried spinach, wrap loosely in a paper towel and place in a bag or container.  Wet spinach will spoil quickly.

Preparation

 Rinse leaves thoroughly to remove any remaining dirt.  Use our easy method for washing greens.  Separate leaves,  and chop or tear into bite size pieces.  Use raw leaves in salads, add to pasta, pizza, lasagna, frittata, quiche, and stir-fries.

               Scott and Michele Lisk

 

Address: 16560 Airport Rd.

Linesville, PA 16424

Email: Lisksheritagefarm@hotmail.com

Phone: 1-336-255-1637

             1-814-683-5376