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Dried Spinach

Also Known As : Spinach Flakes, Dehydrated Spinach flakes, Dried palak leaves, Dehydrated spinach


Taste Profile

It has a slightly bitter spinach taste.

Usage Tips

  1. Dried spinach can be used in pasta, soup, pizza, salad and bread.
  2. They can also be added to any vegetable dish.

Common names and forms

  1. Dehydrated Spinach
  2. Dehydrated Spinach Powder
  3. Hygienically Dehydrated Spinach
  4. Hygienically Dehydrated Spinach Leaves
  5. Palak Flour
  6. Palak Powder
  7. Pure Spinach Powder
  8. Spinach Crunchies
  9. Spinach Dehydrated
  10. Spinach Powder


Dried spinach  is made from simply chopped whole fresh spinach leaves and dried to preserve their vibrant green color and mild spinach can be available in the form of flakes and powder. Dried spinach is an incredible source of vitamins, minerals, protein, antioxidants, and many other essential nutrients. To top it all off, dehydrated spinach flakes are delicious and taste great in just about any recipe. Spinach contain carotenoids protective compounds that reduce the risk of many diseases, including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, nerve damaging illnesses, and obesity.


Health benefits

  1. Spinach provides antioxidants tied to anti-inflammation and disease protection. These include kaempferol, a flavonoid shown to reduce the risk of cancer, as well as slow its growth and spread. (1)

  2. The anti-inflammatory effects of spinach make it a key contender for protecting the brain, particularly with aging. (1)

  3. Spinach is a source of naturally occurring nitrates, compounds that open up blood vessels to improve blood flow and ease the workload on the heart. (1)

  4. Spinach is also one of the best sources of dietary magnesium, which is necessary for energy metabolism, maintaining muscle and nerve function, regular heart rhythm, a healthy immune system, and maintaining blood pressure. (2)

  5. Due to its high potassium content, spinach is recommended for people with high blood pressure.Potassium can help reduce the effects of sodium in the body. (2)

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