Malabar Spinach


Malabar spinach is actually not spinach and it doesn’t taste much like spinach at all. When it’s raw, Malabar spinach has very fleshy, thick leaves that are juicy and crisp with tastes of citrus and pepper. When cooked, though, Malabar spinach does look and taste a lot more like regular spinach. It doesn’t wilt as fast, though, and it holds up better in soups and stir-fries. If you decide to grow Malabar spinach, it will vine, so be sure to give it something to climb on. 3.5″ pot.

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