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|#652 Packet, $3.50 each, Approximately 200 seeds||
|#B4z-652 Bulk seed 4oz $5.99||
|#B1-652 Bulk seed 1 lb $17.99||
Hon Tsai Tai (37 days) Very early Oriental type with a mild mustard taste in long thin stems. Delicious in stir fries and soups.
|#1173 Packet, $3.50 each, Approximately 100 seeds||
Red Giant (45 days) The taste of Dijon mustard in large purple tinted leaves that are hot when young, but become milder as they age.
|#651 Packet, $3.50 each, Approximately 200 seeds||
|#B4z-651 Bulk seed 4oz $10.99||
|#B1-651 Bulk seed 1 lb $34.99||
Osaka (55 days) Striking purple leaves are attractive and tasty. Very mild mustard flavor makes it perfect for salads. Excellent baby green.
|#1278 Packet, $3.50 each, Approximately 200 seeds||
Tendergreen (40 days) Also called mustard spinach, this variety has large oblong leaves. Good variety for warmer climates. Drought and heat tolerant.
|#3594 Packet, $3.50 each, Approximately 200 seeds||
|#B4z-3594 Bulk seed 4oz $5.99||
|#B1-3594 Bulk seed 1 lb $17.99||
|Mustard greens and seed are used in
variety of cuisines. Hon Tsai Tai is used to make Achar
Cai pickles. Mustard greens have a pungent
taste and are
frequently mixed with other greens for salads.
sometimes used with these greens for combined flavor.
Traditionally grown mustard are high in nutrients. A one cup serving has 348% of recommended daily Vitimin K; 84% of Vitimin A; 60% Vitimin C; 25% Folate; 15% Vitimin E; 12% Calcium; 10% Vitimin B6; 8% Vitimin B2; 7% Vitimin B1; 5% Vitimin B3. If grown for the purpose, Mustard can be used as a food suppliment for selenium, chromium, iron and zinc.
"It is an excellent sauce for such whose blood wants clarifying, and for weak stomach, being an herb of Mars, but naught for choleric people, though as good for such as are aged, or troubled with cold diseases....Mustard seed hath the virtue of heat, discussing, ratifying, and drawing out splinters of bone, and other things of the flesh." Culpepper 1652
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