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A Centuries-Old Green Delicacy for Tu B'Shevat.

I love Swiss chard! It's a tasty alternative to spinach and the size of Swiss chard leaves offer many fancy possibilities creative culinary delights.

Of Mediterranean origin, Swiss chard has been prescribed by Aristotle since the 9th century BC. The Talmud also mentions that its consumption is recommended to ensure good health.

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Author:Piner, Helene Jawhara
Publication:Tablet Magazine
Date:Jan 18, 2019
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