Asian Spinach

asian-spinach-transAsian Spinach AKA Malabar Spinach is not spinach at all. Tender – yes. Green – yes. Good for you – yes. Tastes like spinach – not really. It grows on a vine and in Chinese its name means Flowing Water Vegetable. It holds up well in stir fries and soups.

Storage Tips

Wrap the leaves in a damp cloth and place in air-tight zip-pouch or plastic bag and store inside the refrigerator at high relative humidity. Although the greens can be stored inside the refrigerator for up to four days, fresh leaves should be eaten at the earliest in order to get maximum nutrition benefits.
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