Inventory, 24 ct : 4.75
This item was last sold on : 03/24/17
Mustard greens have broad, wavy frilled leaves with longitudinal veins and a deep green color. The upright leaves are supported by coarse stems that can be quite fibrous when fully mature. Smaller leaves are considerably tenderer, while larger Mustard greens require cooking. They have a succulent yet crunchy texture and a robust flavor reminiscent of pepper and horseradish.
Mustard greens may be found year-round with peak season fall through spring.
Mustard greens are also commonly referred to as Indian mustard, Chinese mustard, or leaf mustard, and botanically classified as Brassica juncea. It is a generic name that is applied to many different varieties, including white, green and red varieties. Mustard greens are of this genus should not be confused with those of the the Sinapis alba species, a completely different genus of mustard plants that is responsible for seed production used in making the eponymous condiment.
Mustard greens contain compounds which have cancer preventing benefits, including antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and natural detoxifying properties.
Mustard greens can be used in both cooked and raw preparations, depending upon their maturity. They are commonly implemented as a salad green, pot herb or braising green. Mustard greens pair well with rich meats such as pork, lamb and sausages, creamy sauces, aged and melting cheeses, apples, peaches, cucumbers, citrus, vinegars, especially apple cider and rice, nuts like pistachios and hazelnuts, herbs and spices including cumin, cilantro, dill, garlic, fennel and coriander. The seeds of the mustard plant can be sprouted and eaten raw or dried and used as a spice or in pickling brine, and of course, to make the eponymous condiment.
Mustard plants contain volatile oils which have strong antimicrobial (bacteria and fungi) properties. These properties make mustard greens a choice cover crop to plant as an organic pesticide for weeds and soil born-pathogens.
Mustard greens are native to India. The first varietal differentiation of mustard greens was cultivated in China near Sichuan. Mustard greens have been naturalized throughout the northern hemisphere from Japan to Europe to South and North America. Though very tolerable of a variety of climate and soil conditions, Mustard greens prefer rich organic nutrient-dense soils, full sun and cool temperatures for efficient and fast growth.
Restaurants currently purchasing this product as an ingredient for their menu.
|Gaslamp Union Kitchen & Tap||San Diego CA||619-795-9463|
|Jamul Indian Village Dev.Co:Hollywood Casino Jamul||Jamul CA||619-315-2250 x2|
|Waypoint Public||San Diego CA||619-255-8778|
|UCSD Food & Nutrition Department La Jolla||San Diego CA||858-657-6473|
|Prepkitchen Del Mar||Del Mar CA||858-792-7737|
|Piatti||San Diego CA||858-454-1589|
|The Bellows||San Marcos CA||619-395-6325|
|Mesa College||San Diego CA||619-388-2240|
|The Wild Thyme Company||San Diego CA||858-527-0226|
|The Craftsman New American Tavern||Encinitas CA||760-415-2380|
|Georges at the Cove||San Diego CA||858-454-4244|
|Waters Catering||San Diego CA||619-276-8803 x4|
|The Land & Water Company||Carlsbad CA||760-729-5263|
|San Diego Humane Society Oceanside Campus||Oceanside CA||760-757-4357|
|Great Maple||San Diego CA||619-255-2282|
|Lauberge Del Mar||Del Mar CA||858-259-1515|
|Circa Restaurant||San Diego CA||619-269-9152|
|Marriott Del Mar||San Diego CA||858-369-6029|
|JRDN Restaurant||San Diego CA||858-270-5736|
|Sorority Cuisine - Achio||San Diego CA||310-402-6195|
|Baci||San Diego CA||619-275-2094|
|Florent||San Diego CA||619-308-6500|
|Bistro West||Carlsbad CA||760-431-9195|
|The Joint||San Diego CA||619-222-8272|
|ARHE Cuisine Corporation - Cocina Sirena||San Diego CA||619-564-8970|
|Fireside by The Patio||San Diego CA||858-270-9900|
|Wheat & Water||La Jolla CA||858-291-8690|
Recipes that include Mustard Greens. One is easiest, three is harder.
|The New York Times||Chickpea Stew With Orzo and Mustard Greens|
|Nourished Kitchen||Spicy Mustard Green Pesto|
|Instructables||Mustard Green Chips|
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Walmart on Marsh and Frankford in Dallas, TX
Near Addison, Texas, United States
About 141 days ago, 11/04/16