Trade in your leafy summer romaine for some chard. Chard has a sweet, earthy flavor that is great in soups and stews. Full of phytochemcials that have been shown to help prevent cancer—as well as being rich in magnesium and potassium—it should be a staple in your fall kitchen.

Recipe idea: Simple Swiss Chard with Garlic and Balsamic Vinegar


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  1. Thanks a lot for using some time to post “7 Fall Veggies That Pack a Nutritional Punch | Frugivore Magazine”.
    Thank you for a second time -Jody

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