Swiss Chard


Swiss Chard

  1. The colourful, leafy green known as Swiss chard is actually a beet that was developed specifically for its edible stems and leaves, which are often used in recipes as a substitute for spinach. Though it closely resembles spinach, and is a member of the same plant family, Amaranthaceae, it is often compared to kale.

Where it's from?

Farmford's swiss chard


Perfect pairings

Farmford's perfect match for Swiss Chard

  • Stir fry
  • Omelette
  • Garlic
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