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Chard

Most have thick white stems, which need longer cooking than the leaves - but some stems are attractively multi-coloured. They can be cooked as a separate vegetable, served simply with butter or the green leaves simply added for the last two minutes or so. The mangel was a development, as was sugar beet.

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