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Wasabi Mustard Greens
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This item was last sold on : 06/15/18
Wasabi mustard is leafy annual that produces large light green serrated leaves that grow in loosely packed heads. When harvested within a few weeks of germination as a microgreen, the sprouts are merely two rounded leaflets with only a subtle wasabi flavor. The leaves’ ruffly edge becomes more pronounced with maturity, as does its peppery bite. Like wasabi root, this green’s heat does not linger on the palate, but simply provides a sharp cleansing note with accents of horseradish and mustard.
Wasabi mustard greens are available in the late fall through spring months.
Wasabi mustard greens are a variety of Brassica juncea, and of no relation to the wasabi usually seen as a sushi condiment (Wasabia japonica). Also commonly referred to as Wasabina, a name that literally translates to ‘like wasabi’ in Japanese, this green shares the characteristic sharp of heat of wasabi root. It is primarily used for microgreen or baby leaf production when its spice is at a minimum, but also suitable for harvest when fully mature for those that prefer a more intense heat.
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