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At the last minute, add spinach or chard and stir to wilt.
Not even a little leaf of spinach was thrown out on the table.
Put them on your whole wheat pizza, mix spinach into smoothies, throw greens in your pasta/grain dishes or load up a sandwich with tomatoes, onions, peppers and arugula.
Vegetarian options are also available, including tiropitas (cheese triangles in filo), spanakopita (spinach pie) and Greek salad.
Eating bread is a customary Bosnian ritual, and with bakeries open around the clock, rolls, croissants, and the Bosnian classic burek (a pastry spiral filled with beef, potato, cheese, or spinach) are always within reach.
They hand-color their pastas using black squid ink for black tagliatelle and gnocchi, tomato powder for red penne, fresh spinach for green gnocchi, saffron for golden pappardelle, and mushrooms for brown ravioli.
Stuffed French toast: Batter two slices of French toast and stuff with bacon, cheese, spinach or other greens. Griddle until crisp and gooey.
There is bread to absorb the salt: chewy, fluffy rounds smoky from the oven, and leqenik, cornbread rich as poundcake, with vivid strokes of spinach and a crown of maze, a cottagelike cheese.
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