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Swiss Chard or Guava?

Swiss Chard or Guava, this is the big question.

Guava has four to five times the amount of fiber and 19 times the amount of vitamin C as an apple! (Psidium guajava L.)

However: Swiss Chard and beets make a wonderful cabbage meal. It contains lots of Vitamin K.

The taste is similar to spinach with a slightly bitter flavor sautéed in olive oil with garlic and crushed red pepper it is great.

Get some pictures here to know what we mean and good appetite!

In German chard is called Mangold by the way…

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