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    Quote Originally Posted by Madrigal View Post
    I love spinach but I never know what the hell to do with it besides eat it boiled. There has to be a mid-point between eating it boiled and making spinach pie (or something else that's complicated like that).
    I just eat it raw, like a salad,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madrigal View Post
    I love spinach but I never know what the hell to do with it besides eat it boiled. There has to be a mid-point between eating it boiled and making spinach pie (or something else that's complicated like that).
    Braise it with chickpeas, scramble it in your eggs, pitch it in your pasta sauce. Like other greens it shrinks and is fairly unobtrusive when you add it to dishes. I just eat it raw for the most part.

    Spinach is a go-to for me due to the magnesium content. It has modest calcium as well, I'm lacking in that.
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    i'm not sure if this warrants a separate thread, but i'm wondering if anybody here does meal prep and what your strategies are.

    this has been saving me a lot of time and money lately but i've got issues/questions

    1) the foods i tend to make are "stinky" at least to the american palate. i'm not even doing fish anymore, i went vegetarian for my meal preps, but using generous amount of onions, garlic, etc. will stink up a room. this isn't a problem i have when just cooking for the moment, and i didn't really think about it. luckily this is easily fixed.

    2) it's getting to be summer here and i'm looking for delicious vegetarian (-versatile) recipes to make that you can eat cold. recommendations?

    yes, i'm using google, but you guys are good at convenient lazy shit, haha.

    3) i'm also wondering generally about your meal prep schedules, and any tips on keeping specific types of dishes or ingredients fresh.
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