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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants, Food
spinachspin‧ach /ˈspɪnɪdʒ, -ɪtʃ/ noun [uncountable]  spinach.jpg HBPDFa vegetable with large dark green leaves
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spinachSeeds you can start indoors now include lettuce and spinach.Then there is the heirloom tomato salad with baby spinach, a little white balsamic vinegar and feta cheese.Try tuna, sardines or anchovies, or chopped spinach with plenty of garlic and black pepper.An evening meal began promisingly with a bruschetta topped with chopped spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, pesto and feta cheese.Every other layer is spinach noodles, and the secret ingredient is the fifth cheese.So expect to feel like Popeye on spinach.Above: fillet of turbot on spinach with chive and spiced sauces.She no longer linked the flight with her own act of disobedience over the spinach, ably abetted by Aunt Tossie.
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