Storage: Like all tender greens, mustards store best cleaned and dried. After rinsing leaves, dry in a salad spinner or wrap in paper towel. Store in the fridge in a bag that minimizes further drying out.
Uses: Mustards greens range from spicy to mild. All of them can be used raw in salads or on sandwiches as a nutritious and flavorful alternative to lettuce. Cooking moderates the spiciness of bold mustards. Mustard greens pair well with lentils, dried beans, sausage and Asian seasonings.
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- Lentil and Sausage Soup
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