This often overlooked, peppery little leaf is a cousin to cabbage, mustard greens, and arugula. It contains 15 essential vitamins and minerals including more iron than spinach, more calcium than milk, and more Vitamin C than oranges. Add zip to a sandwich or salad, or use it to make a green-power soup.
These living greens should be kept in their packaging and stored in the fridge upright. Its best to keep them in the crisper or on the shelf as its slightly warmer there - and a more ideal temperature for your greens!