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I am using a recipe that calls for 4oz chard, center ribs removed. How many leaves do you think that is? I really don't know and don't have a

asked by silver over 5 years ago

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petitbleu
added over 5 years ago

*Sorry: "your" recipe.

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silver
added over 5 years ago

It's from this site actually. Quinoa, fava bean, chard burgers. You are right. Probably not so crucial to be exact!!

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silver
added over 5 years ago

I used 4 leaves I think...

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added over 5 years ago

Stems included:
Really large chard, 4 leaves = 1 lb.
Medium chard, 6 to 12 leaves = 1 lb.
Small chard, 12 or more leaves = 1 lb.

I would probably say the stems (if we are taking out the part in the center of the green as well) takes about 3/4 of the total weight.

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