Lemon-Garlic Rainbow Chard - Review by Rachel Lyn - ...
It was fun to watch the Rainbow Swiss Chard grow - this recipe had such great ratings, I was excited to try it with our home-grown Chard. It was gross. Maybe I added too much Rainbow Swiss Chard? "Three bunches" seems like a very vague amount. I ended up with about 10 cups of chopped stems and 8 cups of shredded leaves. I tried a bite, and it was so disgusting, I couldn't make my children try it.. Perhaps we're just not "greens" loving folks? I don't think I'll grow Rainbow Chard again next year...
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