I’ve done several posts on how the food and grocery shopping experiences here are different than what I’m used to, but I’m still constantly finding more. For example, frozen spinach!
In the US, frozen spinach is typically in a pouch that can either be boiled or microwaved. Here, the frozen spinach is actually in frozen cube form. Pictured here is a sleeve with two cubes of frozen spinach. There were four in the box.
This spinach is also microwaveable, but in this case, you just spoon five or six spoonfuls of water over the spinach cube before you microwave, and then cook it for the specified amount of time. The end result is spinach that only requires a little bit of fork-on-greens action to change out of a cube form into something that is more recognizable as a leafy green vegetable. Here they are in their cooked but still cubed state:
Best of all, however- this spinach was absolutely delicious, and it couldn’t possibly be easier to prepare. I feel healthier already.