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Spinach is a leafy green producing succulent, dark green, spoon-shaped leaves. Spinach can be sweet, earthy, nutty, and even tangy, depending on variety and maturity.
Spinach can be eaten fresh or cooked and stands up well to heat, baking, and sauteing. Use as in a salad mix or as a dark, leafy green. It is highly versatile and pairs well with spring vegetables, citrus, berries, eggs, nuts, pasta, cream, and fresh cheeses. Use spinach with Indian or Middle Eastern spices, creams, ginger, garlic, shallots, chiles, and soy.
Place the paper towel-wrapped spinach in a storage container or bag. Seal the container tightly. Store the spinach in the crisper drawer of your fridge for about ten days. If your spinach isn't in an airtight container, make sure you don't store it next to ethylene-producing fruits like bananas and apples.