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Annual Spinach (120g bag)
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A bag of spinach. Back to the shop
Hot Rocket (100g bag)
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A 100g bag of salad rocket, grown using chemical free methods at the Windmill Community Gardens. This "Hot" Rocket has a strong, peppery flavour, and the leaves have a slight ‘bite’ to them. We would highly recommend wilting it down and adding it to pasta dishes for a fiery taste. How to eat and prepare Rocket: Mix with other salad leaves; throw a handful on top of pasta or a pizza. You can also wilt it into pasta dishes or eggs – just add at the last minute to retain the peppery flavour. Back to the shop
Mixed Chard (150g bag)
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A bag of mixed leaf chard, which may contain Swiss Chard or Rainbow Chard. All grown at our community garden using chemical free growing methods. How to Prepare: Chard with its bright and colourful stems is one of the most eye catching greens. It can be prepared many ways - the leaves can be cut into ribbons and dressed raw in a salad, sautéed along with its stems, or braised in a stew. With hearty leafy greens that don't wilt, you can try it also in your next salad.   Back to the shop
Mixed Salad Bag (120g)
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A 120g bag of mixed salad leaves and edible flowers, we have always prided ourselves on the selection of leaves which we add to our winter mix of salad bags. All grown at our Community Garden using Chemical Free growing methods. Please wash all leaves before consuming. Back to the shop
Perpetual Spinach (150g bag)
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A bag of Perpetual Spinach (150g), Perpetual Spinach is part of the spinach beet family and can be prepared in a similar way to Chard. Grown at our community garden using chemical free growing methods. How to Prepare: Chard with its bright and colourful stems is one of the most eye catching greens. It can be prepared many ways - the leaves can be cut into ribbons and dressed raw in a salad, sautéed along with its stems, or braised in a stew. With hearty leafy greens that don't wilt, you can try it also in your next salad.   Back to the shop Back to the shop
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