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Sea Beet
Sea Beet

This is a prince among wild greens! Sometimes referred to as sea spinach as looks quite similar to large-leaf spinach. Holds up incredibly well to cooking, with very high nutrient levels.

Produced in:Kent


Forager says:

This native coastal plant is the parent plant of beetroot and sugar beet. Leaves can be blanched, boiled, steamed or wilted in a littler butter or oil. A lovely side to fish dishes.

Storage Information

Best used as quickly as possible. Refrigerate until use.

Sea Beet

1 Bag (100g)

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