Low Calorie Option
Looks like grass clippings, but these are actually really nice and easy to cook, delicious with a bit of salad cream, and very low in calories.
Avoid when not in season.
Partly my fault for buying out of season but no excuse for fibrous stems to be included and rather bitter taste..... buy in Winter/Spring when more than likely straight from the field.
More stalk than leaf
I just love spring greens but these have as much stalk as leaf which really spoils the product. The stalks never cook tender and the leaves go soggy. Please please just give us wholesome leaves. Rosemere Spring greens no better as they're full of white fly and very tough. Please give us quality veg.
Too many inedible stalks
This used to be my 'go-to' prepared vegetable. However, lately, there is an increased amount of inedible stalks that take for ever to pick out. It is disappointing that the quality has dropped so much.
Love these Spring Greens - glad they are back in s
Love these Spring Greens - glad they are back in season. Quick stir fry and they're ready, tasty and full of good vitamins
Please just give us the unprocessed product
I really wanted the "proper" unsliced spring greens, but these were not apparently available - so I gave this a try. Wish I hadn't. You see, Tescos, when I buy unadulterated spring greens, I cut out the woody centre rib and chuck it straight on the compost heap. It tends to be togh and woody and you have to boil, steam or otherwise cremate the stuff to get it anywhere near edible, and when you do that, the green leaves are a soggy grey/green mess with all the goodness and nurtients decimated. So when I got a bag of togh woody stems with a few fragments of green leaf left, my heart sank. Indid cook it, long enough to ruin the leaves but still not long enough tomrender the stalks edible. Pleas, just give us the product as it leaves the field. Then, those of us who know how it SHOULD be prepared can do it properly. And by the way, same goes for your sliced curly kale
Easy way to get very healthy vegetable
So handy, we get it because green leafy vegetables may prevent cancer, heart disease, strokes & dementia. They help your immune system & bones. They've got vitamins C & K