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What is "Spring Mix," which is in a number of your recipes? Different people have different answers.

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3 years ago

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Spring Mix (may contain some or all of the following baby whole leaf varieties: green leaf, mizuna, green romaine, tango, green oak, green chard, baby spinach, arugula, frisee, tatsoi, mache, red chard, red leaf, lolla rosa, red romaine, red mustard, radicchio, red oak, beet tops).

You can find it in different grocery stores and from different brands. Here is one example of what it could look like:

http://www.ebfarm.com/products/salads/spring-mix
That's what I was familiar with and that's what some other people thought as well, but on the Nutriliving site, there is a picture that comes up as "Spring Mix" that I've never seen! It looks a little bit like collards! Definitely not a "mix" like the salad greens. Please explain. Thank you!
(On the site, the picture of "Spring Mix" is under "Foods," as one of the group that you can click to the left or right to scroll through.)

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