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How-to Prep Swiss Chard (a Renee’s Kitchen Teaching Video)

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In this video . . . I get a little too excited about the beauty of Swiss Chard.  My authentic “Renee-ness” comes out!

Renee’s Kitchen Training Video-Swiss Chard

If you didn’t watch the video

Than you missed out but . . . I sauté it, add it to soups, stir fry and use the stems for a really nice casserole.

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4 replies
  1. Barb @ A Life in Balance
    Barb @ A Life in Balance says:

    I love Swiss Chard! It’s so easy to grow and it does well in my flower beds.

    Thanks for sharing your tips at Pinterest Foodie.

    BTW, I love seeing another CoSchedule user. I didn’t know they had a click to tweet feature.

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    • Renee
      Renee says:

      Thanks Barb! I really like how it looks on the site–CoScheduler is hugely helpful . . . when I use it. ugghh.

      Be Blessed.

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  2. Katina Vaselopulos
    Katina Vaselopulos says:

    I love Swiss Char. I grow it too during the summers we are in Chicago.
    I braze its leaves with sauteed onion slices and green zucchini cut in fourths lengthwise and in thirds across.
    I also use them together with the hearts, tender leaves, and flowers of the zucchini plants…I grow these two together.

    The beautiful green Char leaves can also be stuffed with a mixture of sauteed finally chopped onions, green onions, mint, fennel, chopped zucchini, and rice and then cooked. They are delicious.

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