~Organic Oriental Greens,Tatsoi Spinach
Tatsoi is a green micro that has a pleasant mild flavour that makes a great choice as a base microgreen.
Tatsoi is a japanese spinach
To reap the health benefits, consume them immediately after harvesting them to prevent loss of nutritional value after harvest. The longer the time gap between harvesting and delivery, the more nutrients the harvested vegetables will lose. That’s why consuming them right away is recommended.
Urban farmed in containers that are BPA safe, reusable, recyclable, and
food safe containers.
Our containers offer over 6 servings. We price match.
Due to a varied variety of the size of seed, germination rate, offering the nutritional and freshness benefits of living, exact weight of the greens weight is unavailable.
If you require an exact weight of a certain variety we would then have to harvest your order day of delivery.
- Tatsoi is a very versatile green and used similarly to spinach, raw, steamed, sauced,braised or stir-fried
- Excellent with other salad greens such spinach, arugula, watercress, pea tendrils, and mizuna.
- Served raw or lightly cooked. Use Tatsoi anywhere you use spinach.
- Lightly steam or sautéed with a warm dressing
- Add them to a soup at the end of cooking.
Tatsoi mustard is also known as spinach mustard, rosette bok choi and spoon mustard.
Tatsoi greens offer the following health benefits:
- Rich in antioxidants
- Rich in vitamins B1, B2, B6, C and E
- Low in calories
- Good source of potassium and magnesium
Tatsoi is nutrient rich containing Vitamins A, C, beta- carotene, calcium, folate, fiber and phytonutrients. Phytonutrients are becoming recognized as part of a nutritious diet that promotes long-term health. Phytonutrients can act as antioxidants, which help to prevent chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease.
Oriental Greens Tatsoi Mustard nutritional value include potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, chlorophyll, and vitamins A, B, C, E, and K.
Tatsoi (pronounced taht-SOY), is a non-heading mustard that is very similar in flavor to bok choi. Tatsoi plants tend to grow in a flatter rosette than bok choi, with long, spoon-shaped leaves. ... The crisp stalks are a pale green and the spoon-shaped leaves are much darker.
It has a pleasant, sweet aroma and a mild mustard flavor. Tatsoi is often compared to spinach because of its similar appearance, and because it shrinks significantly when cooked. The taste, however, is entirely different. Tatsoi's flavors are sweet and earthy. Tastes sweet and spicy japanese spinach.