I'm so delighted that Mustard Greens keep coming back in my garden, year after year. With absolutely no assistance they provide me with so much free food.
There are so many ways you can eat mustard spinach (Brassica juncea). It is such an wonderful and easy plant to have growing in your garden.
This is the link to a 3 minute video I just uploaded to my YouTube channel about this plant
These are seven parts of the plant that I eat regularly.
- young leaves
- mature leaves
- young shoots
- young pods
Mustard spinach has a short life cycle. It grows quickly and also goes to seed quickly, so make the most of the abundance at each stage of it's life.
Here is how to save the seeds:
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