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Tatsoi has become one of our favorites greens because of its strong nutrition value and its mild smooth flavor much like spinach. Spinach can be somewhat seasonal for us, however this awesome green provides for us faithfully year round. This stunning super-food contains a high amount of vitamin A! It is also a great source of minerals and protein.
Tatsoi is an asian green in the mustard family, explaining its high nutrition value. It's great eaten raw in salads, juiced, blended in smoothies, included in soups or stews and one of our new favorites, sautéed in scrambled eggs for a healthy breakfast. No mater how you like to eat it, your body and taste buds will be giving you a big high five.
If you’re a fan of mustard greens, cabbage and spinach, you’ll probably love the taste and texture of Tatsoi, a Chinese cabbage with a unique taste and impressive nutrition profile.
This ancient green is an excellent source of micronutrients and is as versatile as popular leafy greens. It has even been nicknamed “vitamin green.”
To mix up your standard salad greens, consider giving Tatsoi a try. The leaves offer a mustardy taste and can spice up any plain ol’ dish.
- Rich in Vitamin C
- Excellent Source of Vitamin A
- Provides Folate
- Features Glucosinolates
- Improves Heart Health
Store your greens or lettuce in a sealed bag or container with a paper towel on the bottom and even one half way through the pile, in your refrigerator.
Greens and lettuce contain moisture that helps them keep crips and tasty. If exposed to the air conditioned circulating air in the refrigerator, it will dehydrate your greens or lettuce and cause them to wither and become limp. The best methods to keep them fresh and crisp is to help them retain their moisture without laying in water which causes them to rot quicker.
Extra greens can be frozen for later use by placing them in a freezer bag and drawing all the air out, without smashing your greens, before sealing the bag. One technique is placing the greens in a freezer bag and sealing the bag almost all the way closed. Then with your mouth suck the air out of the bag, then sealing the last portion of the seal while still sucking on the corner of the bag. This draws the air out without physical force cracking your greens.
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