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    Metro recommends Chard (or Swiss Chard)

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    Soba Noodles With Vegetables
    and Miso
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    Soba Noodles With Vegetables and MisoSoba Noodles With Vegetables and Miso

    This recipe will be the star of your next picnic! This satiating salad with buckwheat noodle, seasonal vegetables and miso is easy to do and delicious!

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    Tips and tricks on chard

    Chard (or Swiss Chard) Chard (or Swiss Chard)

    Swiss chard can have a white, yellow, or red stalk. All varieties are
    highly nutritious.

    • Chard is low in calories and contains over a dozen essential nutrients,
      including large quantities of vitamin A, iron, vitamin K, and magnesium.
    • You can eat the whole vegetable raw or cooked.
    • Chard can replace spinach in most recipes.