When the seedlings are large enough, they can be thinned out. Keep them growing well by watering well in dry periods and ensure there is plenty of organic matter worked into the soil, so the leaves don’t get a bitter taste.
Then, a few weeks later they will be ready for harvesting. Once the leaves are large enough to be picked, they can be harvested continually.
Not only is it tasty and versatile, but it’s full of goodness too. It is a great source of iron and magnesium, as well as insoluble fibre that helps digestion.