Asian Greens

Tatsoi

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Crisp and crunchy, with a flavor reminiscent of a slightly salty pac choi, Tatsoi makes a great addition to salads and asian dishes.  

Pac Choi

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Possibly the most famous of asian greens.  Pac Choi has juicy ribs, with spoon shaped leaves.

Mustard Greens

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Add a little mustardy spice to your life!  We offered 3 varieties of Mustard Greens last year.

Hakurei Turnips

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Very mild, sweet, with just a bit of spice, and a phenomenal crunch.  These have been known to win over even the strongest critics of turnips.  A treat in salads or roasted with your favorite herbs and spices.

Hinona Kabu Turnips

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Hinona Kabu turnips are probably most famous for being used in Sakurazuke, a pickle which resembles cherry blossoms.  They are crisp, sweet, and slightly spicy.  These are one of our favorites!

Tokyo Bekana

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Famous for being cultivated on the International Space Station.  This cabbage cousin was chosen by NASA because it grows quickly, is nutrient dense, and was quite tasty compared to alternatives!