One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- Australian and New Zealand term for chard
- ‘My silver beet is loving the drought, with not a spot of rust anywhere to be seen.’
- ‘Serve with the rosemary-roasted potatoes and spinach or silver beet.’
- ‘Which is more harmful, a spot on a leaf of silver beet or the chemical sprayed to control it?’
- ‘Many crops planted optimistically during the first downpour of autumn rain are now ready for picking - cabbage, carrots, Chinese vegetables, mustard greens, peas, silver beet, snow peas and tomatoes.’
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