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Lee Ly an important farmers market vendor

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, August 29, 2012

By Sue Davis
For the Salisbury Post
Malabar spinach is not really spinach. It grows as a climbing vine with either green or red stems. Two other names for it are Indian Spinach or LoKui. The leaves are very fleshy, juicy and crisp with a citrus or light pepper taste. I’ve noticed it doesn’t wilt as quickly as spinach so it holds up well in a summer salad. When sautéed, Malabar spinach acts more like regular spinach, but does not get stringy. …… READ ENTIRE ARTICLE AT FARM CAROLINA – all about Food, Garden and Farm!

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