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Ready Pac Microwavable Spinach 9 oz

Ready Pac Microwavable Spinach 9 oz - image 1 of 1
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Our Microwave Spinach comes to you fresh and tender thoroughly washed, ready to microwave in its very own package.

Directions
Keep refrigerated.

Microwave:
Pierce or make a few small holes in the front of the bag. This will allow steam to vent. Place bag front side up, directly in center of microwave. Microwave on high for approximately 2-3 minutes. Important: Let bag cool in microwave for 1 minute before removing. This allows steam to vent before opening. Holding corners, carefully remove bag from microwave to avoid any contact with escaping steam. Note: Heating time may vary due to different microwave ovens.

Stop Top:
Remove spinach from bag. Fill large saucepan with 1/4 inch water. Add spinach, cover and cook on high until spinach starts to wilt; about 2 minutes. Drain and season to taste.
Storage State: refrigerated
TCIN: 50759812
UPC: 077745213576
Item Number (DPCI): 211-03-0122
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