The Purple mangosteen, botanical name Garcinia magostana, simply referred to as mangosteen, is an ultra-tropical slow growing evergreen tree that is cultivated for its edible fruit.
White corn is a sweet corn variety. Its ears are wrapped in tightly layered pale lime green to white husks. One ear of corn can contain up to 400 kernels growing in rows lengthwise.
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White mustard is available year round with a peak season in spring.
White mustard, scientific name Sinapis alba AKA Brassica alba or B. hirta, is an annual plant and member of the Brassica family along with arugula, radishes and turnips. White mustard is grown for its fresh greens or left to dry and harvested for its seeds. It is also planted as feedstock or as a green manure. Because of their rapid growth and canopy closure, White mustard greens and other Brassica plants are grown as cover crops to suppress weeds in the fall, acting as organic pesticides and fumigators.
White mustard is similar to its Red and Green mustard counterparts in its flavor and growing cycles. Its appearance in color is its singular distinguishment. White mustard has thick longitudinally ribbed white stems with broad deeply veined leaves in variegations of white and pale green. As the plant matures it produces edible yellow flowers. The flavor of White mustard leaves is bright, peppery and its texture tender and succulent. The flowers are peppery sweet and cruciferous in form. When the plant is fully mature it will "run to seed", producing dried miniature vescules that contain roughly three to six edible seeds which will also serve as the plants reproductive tools.
White mustard greens can be used in preparations both hot and cold, utilized as a salad green, braised green or pot herb. White mustard pairs well with rich meats such as pork, lamb and game, creamy sauces and melting cheeses, apples, pears, cucumbers, citrus, vinegars, especially apple cider and rice, nuts like pistachios and hazelnuts, herbs and spices including cumin, cilantro, dill, garlic, fennel and corriander. The seeds of the White mustard plant can be sprouted and eaten raw, eaten in dried form as a spice or pickled. They are the preferred mustard seed used to make mustard paste and the condiment, we simply refer to as mustard.
White mustard's origins begin in the Mediterranean region, though many cultivars evolved out of Northern, Central and Eastern Europe and eventually China. Mustard greens are sensitive to freezing and cannot survive at temperatures below 25°F, thus they are used either as a Spring or Summer crop.
Recipes that include White Mustard. One is easiest, three is harder.
|Eating Well||Mustard Greens with Bulgur|
|Eating Well||Smoked Trout Hash with Mustard Greens|
|Cooking Channel||Speck and Mustard Greens Pizza|
|Cooking Channel||Fettucine with Mustard Greens and Mushrooms|
|Hunter Angler Gardener Cook||Basic Country Mustard|
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