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Salad recipes don't begin and end with a head of lettuce or a bag of mixed greens. While they have their time and place, it's easy to get bored with these delicate (in both flavor and texture) greens. Instead, make one of these exciting recipes starring everything from cruciferous vegetables like kale, broccoli, and brussels sprouts to juicy tomatoes, crisp carrots, and even celery.
from POPSUGAR Food

More Than 40 Salads For Those Who Feel Meh About Lettuce

Salad recipes don't begin and end with a head of lettuce or a bag of mixed greens. While they have their time and place, it's easy to get bored with these delicate (in both flavor and texture) greens. Instead, make one of these exciting recipes starring everything from cruciferous vegetables like kale, broccoli, and brussels sprouts to juicy tomatoes, crisp carrots, and even celery.

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from Business Insider

The world's first robot-run farm will harvest 30,000 heads of lettuce daily

Japanese lettuce production company Spread is creating the world’s first farm manned entirely by robots, according to Tech Insider.

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from TreeHugger

This former semiconductor factory is now the world's largest indoor farm, producing 10K heads of lettuce per day

This former semiconductor factory is now the world's largest indoor farm, producing 10K heads of lettuce per day : TreeHugger

sieht gut und haltbar aus - wenn man die Blätter anklettet und nicht näht, sind sie separat auch sehr gut bespielbar

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from Inhabitat

The World's Largest Indoor Farm Produces 10,000 Heads of Lettuce a Day in Japan

The World's Largest Indoor Farm Produces 10,000 Heads of Lettuce a Day in Japan | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

from Business Insider

The world's first robot-run farm will harvest 30,000 heads of lettuce daily

The world’s first robot-run farm will harvest heads of lettuce daily via TheEventChronicle

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To grow one million heads of lettuce using conventional agriculture methods in the US requires either 16 acres of land in the Northern states, 8 acres of land in the Southern states, or .9 acres in a traditional hydroponic greenhouse operation. Vancouver-based Valcent Products Inc. (OTCBB: VCTZF) claims that it can beat those numbers handily and produce the same amount of lettuce sustainably on just .16 acres with its patented hydroponic vertical growing system, VertiCrop™.

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Brujas vegetarianas (vocabulario: la comida, las partes del cuerpo). Visit http://www.estudiafeliz.com for more fun materials for Spanish teachers and students!

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from TreeHugger

This former semiconductor factory is now the world's largest indoor farm, producing 10K heads of lettuce per day

This indoor Japanese farm uses LED lights and hydroponics to produce lettuce times faster, with just of the water, when compared to an outdoor farm.

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