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Can you tell me if baby spinach is simply young spinach with smooth leaves? Or is it a special spinach?
Sorry for bringing up another vegetable:)
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I think it refers to young spinach leaves, but I'm not sure...
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Oh no! Not the 's' word! let's hope Mr. P. doesn't see it, or we'll have to get those Latin primers out again.

Baby spinach is indeed young spinach leaves. They can come from spinach or (here we go!) 'beet greens' (if the stalks are red, it's beet or perpetual spinach). effectively it doesn't matter which variety of spinach it is, it's just the little leaves before they grow into big leaves.
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