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Saving spinach: A WSU plant researcher’s work helps lucrative spinach seed industry

Because of the long days and climate required to grow spinach seeds, a small slice of western Washington and Oregon is the only part of the United States well-suited to …

The go-to green: Spinach useful far beyond salads

Popeye was right. Spinach is mighty tasty and good for you, too. And in the world of super-food greens, this old favorite still has plenty to offer both in flavor …

Strengths of spinach stand out as adult

Slimy and swampy, with an aftertaste like the smell of the inside of a funky old tin cup – that’s my childhood recollection of sautéed spinach. Good thing palates change.

Dr. Zorba Paster: Spinach shows its strength as superfood

Every TV show you watch that features health seems to tout one superfood after another. I used to think this was a junk term. I was never taught about superfoods …

Fresh spinach dishes would make even Popeye proud

The only spinach I knew as a child came from a small white carton in the deep freezer. Mom would dump the frozen leaves into a pot of boiling water …

Get early start with spinach, chard

Two cool-season crops that are a staple in my garden each year are Swiss chard and spinach. I use them in soups, casseroles and salads, and steamed with butter and …