Sean Bruce-Aijian, 6th Ave Grocery Buyer
Editor's note: Raabs are usually one of the early signs of spring in the Produce aisle. These tender veggies are flowering versions of brassicas you probably already know - kale, broccoli, and cabbage - and they're easy to work into a variety of dishes. Come March and April, look for local raabs from some of our Washington farms.
From Sean: Sautéed raab makes a delicious and hearty substitute for spinach in an omelette. I made one for my family and it was a real hit! You could also adapt this recipe by using vegan egg substitutes and olive oil.
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