Swiss chard is a leafy green vegetable belonging to the beets and spinach family. Grown globally, it’s valued for its ability to grow in poor soils and its low need for light and water.
Swiss chard is not from Switzerland; instead, it is native to the Mediterranean region.
There are many varieties of Swiss chard, a few of which have colorful, jewel-toned stalks and veins, making this vegetable particularly a beautiful.
What’s more, its stalks and leaves provide a bounty of vitamins, minerals, and potent plant compounds.
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