China's famous specialty vegetable, rich in protein, vitamins and minerals, has a very delicious taste, and can be sauteed, cold, and hot pot. There are 6 types of mustard in China: mustard, leaf mustard, mustard for stem, mustard for scallion, mustard for bud, and mustard for root. The stems and leaves are crisp and tender, with a delicate flavor.
Leaf mustard must be intact, with no yellowing or flowering. If it is mustard, you must pay attention to the fact that the petiole is not softened. The thicker the petiole, the better.
How to store mustard
Mustard is not perishable and can be stored in the refrigerator for about two weeks after being wrapped in paper.
Nutritional benefits of mustard
Mustard is rich in important nutrients such as vitamins A, B, nicotinic acid, minerals, and dietary fiber. It is listed by the National Cancer Center in Japan as one of the 20 anti-cancer vegetables. Eating mustard can also be appetizing and promote appetite. And mustard is rich in fiber, which helps laxative. People with poor digestive function can drink mustard soup. In cold weather, boiled with mustard, ginger, garlic, and shallots and boiled in water to help prevent colds.