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Spinach (uncooked) contains a lot of moisture and is loosely packed with leaves. Once cooked, the moisture escapes and sinks into the leaves, making them softer and wilted a bit. It will also become more compacted as the leaves wilt down to one another, reducing the total quantity.

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