MUSTARD - BLACK MUSTARD

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Black mustard  has a hot flavour finely chopped and added to
salads or lightly cooked in many dishes. Seedlings can also

be used as a babyleaf adding a hot pungency to a salad.
Immature flowering stems can be cooked and eaten
like broccoli. The seeds are commonly used in
Indian cuisine for example in curry where it is known
as 'rai'. Ground seeds mixed with honey
are widely used as cough suppressant.

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Brassica nigra

Black mustard is a native to Southern Mediterranean
regions, and has been cultivated for thousands of y
ears. The leaves can used raw or cooked. They have
a hot flavour and can be finely chopped and added to
salads or lightly cooked in many dishes. The
seedlings can also be used as a babyleaf from about
1 week old, adding a hot pungency to a salad.
Immature flowering stems can be cooked and eaten
like broccoli. The seeds are commonly used in
Indian cuisine for example in curry where it is known
as 'rai'. Ground seeds of the plant mixed with honey
are widely used in Eastern Europe as cough
suppressant. The seeds are very easy to grow and
can be planted in most areas of Australia at most
times. Hot weather will tend to promote flowering.
Sow shallowly and keep soil moist until established.

QTY
1.00g
about
500
seeds

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