The Reids wrote:
I get the impression from "eating up Italy" that they are eaten
At the risk of being pedantic, beet greens are the same thing as Swiss
Chard. Only difference is whether that variety has been bred for the root
or the top.
The Seed Saver's Exchange yearbook defines Chard as "Any beet grown for its
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