Ever find yourself wondering why we tolerate spinach?

I bloody do. Every time I eat the stuff.

I like it

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Biggest fibber on the boards.

Iron and popeye vibes isn’t it

It’s excellent, especially in a curry. Or one of those Greek pastries with the cheese and that.

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There’s no dish that wouldn’t be improved by replacing spinach with a more flavoursome green.

It’s not that chard, right?

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spinach is great, apart from when I munch down a whole bag like they’re crisps and get spinach teeth

I like spinach, but tekkers saying he likes it as well confuses me a lot

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:crying_cat_face: poor Spinach

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I truly love the stuff buglad. Frozen especially useful because it keeps and it’s separated into neat portions, just whack it in a curry/stir fry and it’s ace.

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Bit of spinach in a pasta dish is absolute s tier.

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interesting fact - spinach is actually the same vegetable as broccoli, and brussel sprouts, and carrot, and potato

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And tomato

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Nooooo, we love her

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Spinach is a deeply adequate foodstuff

tell you what’s miles better than spinach but not available in the uk for some reason:

Chips

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Good chips > good spinach > adequate spinach > adequate chips > bad chips

Bad spinach doesn’t exist. Spinach is always, to quote Tony Benn, “fine”