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This item was last sold on : 05/05/18
Asian Mix blends the fresh spicy flavors of spinach, tatsoi, mizuna, red mustard and pak choy. This mix is an array of varied shapes and bright colors offering a subtle pungency, because of the red mustard's flavor.
Asian Mix is available year-round.
Rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber, this blend of dark, leafy greens are very low in calories. A generous serving contains about 15 calories.
Serve alone or toss with other mixed greens; top with a favorite dressing. Drizzle raspberry vinaigrette or a syrupy balsamic vinegar over this mix for a refreshing salad. Add cooked chicken, ham or shredded smoked fish for a main course salad. Drizzle with a hot dressing to wilt the mix slightly. Balance this mix's slight tangyness with apples, citrus, pears, baby beets or persimmon. To store, wrap in plastic; refrigerate in crisper drawer. If greens are wet, allow to dry before storing or wrap in paper towels to absorb moisture. Do not wash greens until ready to use. Best used promptly.
The Asian mix has combined age-old vegetables and with modern greens. Mixes come in many variations but the Asian mix is a favorite and one of the most popular.
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