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New Zealand spinach is satisfactory for growing in warm climates, as it withstands heat better than the ordinary spinach.
I have eaten the young shoots of the common nettles in the spring of the year; they do not make a bad substitute for spinach.
And the man who always ate spareribs and spinach and said he was a stock broker asked her to go to "Parsifal" with him.
They are served like Lettuce, or boiled and treated as Coleworts or Spinach.
Look the spinach over carefully and remove all roots and dead leaves.
WOMAN'S INSTITUTE LIBRARY OF COOKERY, VOL. 2WOMAN'S INSTITUTE OF DOMESTIC ARTS AND SCIENCES
The crop is taken in the same way as Spinach, either by the removal of separate leaves or cutting over in tufts.
Celery may be transplanted, winter spinach may be sown, lettuces may be planted out, coleworts may be sown.
For beef tongue with spinach, put plain boiled spinach on platter, sliced tongue on top, and pour a little of the broth over all.
It is commonly known as "Winter Spinach," and principally cultivated for use during this portion of the year.
Put the spinach in the centre of dish and set the chops up all around it.

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