Leafy vegetables

Leafy vegetables

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<p>Green chicory is a leafy vegetable that is slightly between chicory and endive in taste. Many types of green chicory form elongated heads, others have small broad leaves that can be cut or picked.</p> <p>Both types of green chicory can be eaten raw or cooked. The taste of green chicory is somewhat bitter.</p>
<p>Capuchin beard, also known as capuchin beard, is a thin elongated Chicory variety with finely serrated leaves. It is a typical Italian vegetable and is also called Puntarelle.</p>
<p>Leaves are finely serrated at baby size and mizuna-shaped at full size. The color ranges from dark green with red veins to dark maroon at either size, with the maroon color being darker in cooler weather. The flavor is sweet and slightly pungent.</p> <p>• Edible Flowers: If allowed to bolt, use the flowers to add a little bite to salads and soups, and to brighten up salad mix. The flavor of the flowers is spicy and mustard-like.</p>
<p>Red chicory is a vegetable that is widely used in Italy. Red chicory belongs to the chicory and has a bitter taste. There are 2 different types of red chicory:<br />- Verona type<br />- Chioggia type</p>
<p>Chicory is a typical Dutch and Belgian vegetable. It is a chicory that is cultivated in 2 phases.</p> <p>At the first stage, the long roots are grown. At the second stage, the roots are replanted and covered with soil. Because these roots are grown in the dark, the chicory remains white.</p>
 

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