This mix consists of a variety of mild and spicy mustard greens.
Add color, texture and dimension to a meal with the company of braising greens. These greens add a wide range of flavors from sweet to spicy and are rich in vitamins and minerals.
June 9, 2019 by Julia
These greens are remarkable! They arrive with a just-picked crispness and intense flavor. We use a dash of aged balsamic, a pinch of sea salt, olive oil and a poached egg to make a quick delicious breakfast. If we could find a way to return or refill the substantial hard plastic packaging (given the dubious fate of recyclables...), I'd be in heaven!
May 6, 2017 by Victoria
We eat these greens raw in salad, since they're so tender. The mustard greens add a delightful spiciness. Yum!
May 5, 2017 by Ofer
July 5, 2011 by Alexander
Braising Greens for Breakfast
Saute the whole bag of greens with a clove of garlic sliced and a splash of red wine. Sprinkle just a little salt or a few drops of soy sauce or Bragg's liquid aminos. After about a minute, when the greens are barely wilted, and have brightened in color, put them in a salad bowl and top with a chunk of cream cheese or chevre. Consume, and begin your day.