Often mistaken for Rhubarb, Swiss Chard is actually closely related to Beets. You can eat both the greens and stalks. They are colorful and delicious. Our favorite way to cook Swiss Chard is to chop it up and sautee it with garlic, then add it to anything; omlettes, fritattas, noodles, pot pie, bread, soup, beans, chicken, anything!
Swiss Chard is available in 1 pound bunches or 5 pound bulk boxes
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