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Swiss Chard Salad

Steps to follow:-
To make a Swiss Chard Salad:
  1. Cut the stems out of the chard and put them back in the refrigerator for making hot dog stir-fry later. Stack the chard leaves and roll them into a tight cylinder. Cut the cylinder into ¼” slices, giving you long chard ribbons. That’s called a chiffonade!
  2. Put chard into a large bowl and add oil, vinegar, lemon juice, maple syrup, salt, and pepper, and toss to coat the chard.
  3. Add everything else and toss.
  4. Let it sit 15-30 minutes, or as long as it takes you to take a damn shower, to get the chard leaves to soften. Eat it and be the healthiest person you know.

How to consume:

  • Add a handful of fresh Swiss chard leaves to an omelet or scrambled eggs.
  • Throw a handful of Swiss chard leaves and stems into a fresh juice or smoothie before you blend.
  • Saute Swiss chard leaves and stems in a small amount of extra-virgin olive oil and season with freshly ground black pepper, minced garlic, and freshly grated Parmesan cheese. Eat as a side dish or as a baked potato topping.
  • Add Swiss chard to salads, wraps, sandwiches, or flatbreads.
Nutritional Value Special Facts
Potassium calcium and magnesium, minerals that help maintain healthy blood pressure. Swiss chard is a leafy green and a member of the beet family
Fibre found in Swiss chard may lower cholesterol levels by reducing your liver’s cholesterol production and helping your body excrete extra before it’s absorbed into the bloodstream. Chard contains 3 times the recommended daily intake of vitamin K and 44 percent of the recommended amount of vitamin A.
Iron, Sodium This vegetable can help to combat cancer, reduce blood pressure, and enhance performance in sports.
Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K. Swiss chard can be eaten raw or cooked.
Calcium is present in the leaves which means that it provides a major boost for bone health.

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