The Butter Crunch was invented in the 1960s and became the first American gourmet lettuce. These days, the Butter Crunch considered the world’s leading gourmet lettuce, so ‘Meshek Bechor’ invested the best effort to bring it to your plate.
Butter crunch or its extra name – Butter head, has a wavy, buttery green leaves. All the leaves together create a sweet, nutty, buttery and crunchy texture.
The Butter Crunch is rich in iron (100 grams contains 1 gram of iron) and it provides calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium so it’s a good source of vitamins A and K.
Butter Crunch excels as a main ingredient in the salad. In addition, its delicate texture and flavor are perfect for sweet and savory combinations. It can be roasted or fried with various cheeses, cream-based sauces, yogurt and butter, dried fruits, chicken strips and fish. It’s also added a wonderful flavor to winter soups

Nutrition Facts (per 100 grams)

Calories (energy) 13 potassium (mg) 238
Protein (grams) 1.4 Vitamin A 3312
Carbohydrate (grams) 2.2 Vitamin B (mg) 0.082
Fat 0.1 Vitamin C (mg) 3.7
Calcium (mg) 35 Vitamin K (mg) 102
Iron (mg) 1.24  

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