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  1. photo <b>Chard</b>ChardArticle
    Contents: Season for Chard Chard Described How to Buy and Store Chard How to Cook Chard Health Benefits of Chard Why Buy Natural and Organic Chard Season for Chard: June – AugustRead more
  2. Swiss Chard & Onion TacoRecipe
    to flush excess spring water weight. Chard and other leafy greens help your body detox from the long winter, cleansing the liver. Weights & measures ingredients 2pinch Cayenne PepperRead more
  3. Mushroom Swiss Chard Frittata with RosemaryRecipe
    in your bones and crave something substantial and sustaining. This warming, grounding mushroom and swiss chard frittata will make you feel cozy and strong on chilly, hectic fall days. Even if the seasonRead more
  4. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 4 Swiss <b>Chard</b> RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 4 Swiss Chard RecipesArticle
    Swiss chard is known by a variety of names: silverbeet, spinach beet, perpetual spinach… whatever you call it, it’s a delicious ingredient to include in a winter diet, when many vegetablesRead more
  5. photo Vegetarian Stuffed <b>Chard</b> Recipe, Oregon StyleVegetarian Stuffed Chard Recipe, Oregon StyleRecipe
    Cabbage is substituted by chard in this Pacific Northwestern version of a Scandinavian recipe. Light, nutritious and deliciously healthy, the chard leaves are stuffed with a grain of choiceRead more
  6. photo Savory Swiss <b>Chard</b> Recipe: Fritters with Amaranth and FetaSavory Swiss Chard Recipe: Fritters with Amaranth and FetaRecipe
    These pretty green fritters are the perfect week-night appetizer. Because the giant bunches are always filling up my fridge, I’m always on the lookout for a new swiss chard recipeRead more
  7. photo Colorful Rainbow <b>Chard</b> and Goat Cheese Omelet RecipeColorful Rainbow Chard and Goat Cheese Omelet RecipeRecipe
    rainbow chard and goat cheese omelet recipe to help you get through the last month of colder weather. You can find brilliantly colored rainbow chard at most grocery stores and farmers markets. This relativeRead more
  8. photo Raw Swiss <b>Chard</b> Salad Recipe with Cranberries, Almonds and FetaRaw Swiss Chard Salad Recipe with Cranberries, Almonds and FetaRecipe
    If raw Swiss chard seems like a strange sort of thing to serve for supper, consider that up until a few years ago, many would have said the same thing about kale! Swiss chard, when raw, hasRead more
  9. photo 8 Tips for Cleaning & Cooking Your Summer Greens8 Tips for Cleaning & Cooking Your Summer GreensArticle
    Summer brings a whole new array of greens into our gardens and farmers markets: arugula, watercress, purslane and Swiss chard are among the most common. Summer greens are lighter and more tenderRead more
  10. photo No Garden? Here Are 66 Edible Plants You Can Grow At Home In ContainersNo Garden? Here Are 66 Edible Plants You Can Grow At Home In ContainersArticle
    , basil and tomatoes first. Peppers, kale spinach, chard and mesclun are ready for use once the last frost is gone. You can grow these on your tiny terrace, and a little DIY carpentry could reallyRead more

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Chard (Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris, Cicla-Group and Flavescens-Group), is a leafy green vegetable often used in Mediterranean cooking. In the Flavescens-Group-cultivars, the leaf stalks are large and are often prepared separately from the leaf blade. The leaf blade can be green or reddish in color; the leaf stalks also vary in color, usually white, yellow, or red. Chard has been bred to have...More