Spinach was supposedly the favorite vegetable of Catherine de' Medici. Dishes served on a bed of spinach are known as "Florentine", reflecting Catherine's birth in Florence. Spinach, along with other green, leafy vegetables, contains an appreciable amount of iron attaining 21% of the Daily Value in a 100-g amount of raw spinach.
For example, a 100-g serving of cooked spinach contains 3.57 mg of iron, whereas a 100-g ground hamburger patty contains 2.49 mg.
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