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published 13/09/2005

Advantagestasty, versatile, cheap, easy to grow, healthy

Disadvantagesthe taste of cooked spinach isnt so great

...Spinach is an extremely versatile vegetable which can easily be grown in a garden but can also be brought very cheaply. We buy a 225g bag of baby spinach once a week from tescos for just 99p and the bag lasts us the whole week. Spinach can be cooked by either steaming it, microwaving it or boiling it on the hob. It cooks very quickly (3 mins) but when cooked it does shrink down in size so its...

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“Nutritious Spinach..”

published 22/05/2009

AdvantagesEasily available , a great source of calcium and Iron


...Spinach ( Spinacia oleracea ) is native to Asia and the Indian sub continent. Spinacia oleracea,"spina" in Latin meaning spiny fruit and"oleracea" meaning herbaceous garden herb. It is a member of the Chenopodiaceae (goosefoot) family which also includes Swiss chard and beets. Spain is supposed to be the first European country into which this plant was first introduced. It is called ' Paalak...

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“Comfortably Frozen!”

published 16/03/2016

AdvantagesAffordable, different images on reverse, lovely look and colouring

DisadvantagesSponge clean

...Rumour has it that Frozen 2 will be released in time for Christmas 2016. I?m filled with dread as this will create a bout of crazy from my daughter, but at the same time will be nice to see a film that we haven?t seen a thousand times! Even the short Frozen Fever, which lasts only 5 minutes, has driven me slightly crazy as this kid won?t give up the obsession of all things Anna, Elsa and Olaf. So...

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