Lamb’s quarter is also known as wild spinach, though it has an earthier flavor than regular spinach.
The velvety leaves and stems of lamb’s quarter are edible.
It can be used as a substitute for baby spinach, but is best when slightly wilted and added to cooked recipes.
Serve with pastas, egg dishes and green veggies.
Keep lamb’s quarter unwashed and store in a plastic bag in the fridge until ready to use.