Chard has almost as many vitamins — K, A and C — as it does colors. This nutritional heavyweight sports stalks in a rainbow of hues including red, orange, yellow, pink and white. Look for dark green leaves and brightly colored stems. Avoid any that are dried out, split or brown. Chard can be eaten fresh or cooked.
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