Thursday, January 14, 2010

Back Chatter on Salad Leaves



Salad Leaves - Behind The Frills


A beautifully presented salad is a many splendoured thing.  It enchants the eye and tantalizes the taste buds.
Crisp, green leaves are a vital part of our menu, especially during starch driven winter days.

Our lives are so hectic that many of us use pre-packaged washed salad leaves.  Half a salad all at once! Quick, easy and practical!   
BUT...what lies behind these pristine leaves in their puffed out plastic cocoons?    We need to know more.

Join Back Chat as we investigate.  We will follow the trail and learn more about the salad leaves some of us take so much for granted.  
If you have your doubts about anything or would just like to know more, please email me at les@leslieback.co.za or leave a comment on the blog.

Remember Back Chat is on the case.

Monday, January 11, 2010

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