Watercress

Like arugula, mustard greens, and dandelion greens, watercress is an intensely flavorful dark, leafy green.  The small, crisp, dark green leaves have a slightly bitter and super-peppery flavor. Watercress is most commonly eaten raw in mixed green salads or used as a garnish for cooked dishes. Use watercress in place of lettuce for sandwiches and wraps. Watercress also makes a tasty addition to broth-based soups, like minestrone. For a simple side dish, try sautéing watercress in a bit of olive oil, seasoned lightly with soy sauce or salt and pepper. Watercress is a good source of..

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