The first we heard of spinach in Britain was when Richard II’s master cooks penned a simple recipe for it in England’s earliest cookery book. The 14th century suggestion was to boil and then fry it. This method is not far from how these greens are cooked today. In India and Persia its pungent taste was welcomed as the perfect foil for heavily spiced foods.

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