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mi·zu·na

 (mĭ-zo͞o′nə)
n.
An edible plant (Brassica rapa subsp. nipposinica) in the mustard family, having dark green, glossy, feathery leaves and white stems.

[Japanese : mizu, water + na, mustard plant.]

mizuna

(mɪˈzuːnə)
n
(Cookery) a Japanese variety of lettuce having crisp green leaves
[Japanese]
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Oriental veg such as Chinese radish, pak choi and mizuna can also be added to the mix or grown as ornamental plants in borders.
Mizuna Salad Image Credit: Abhishek Sengupta/XPRESS Yakisoba and Hot Dog Image Credit: Abhishek Sengupta/XPRESS
For dinner, appetizers were Capiz scallop and Quezon blue crab ginataang ensalada (coconut milk flan, corn crema, edamame mizuna, field greens, roasted corn-tuba vinaigrette, palapa Maguindanao dust); Bohol white marlin inihaw in miso sinigang glaze; US Angus short rib adobado.
Una recepcion a los miembros del Gobierno y el Parlamento, fue seguida por un almuerzo familiar en que los invitados pudieron degustar carpaccio de remolacha con trufas, mizuna y queso de oveja, seguido por filete de merluza con colas de cigala y salsa de langosta y tarta de caramelo con frambuesas de Solliden.
Mizuna, a 55-seat American/French restaurant in Denver, CO, offers ongoing kitchen and bar pairings.
Toshiba aims for annual output of three million bags (one bag is equivalent to a head of lettuce) of leaf lettuce, baby leaf greens, spinach, mizuna and herbs per, and targets annual sales target of 300 million yen.
There are all sorts of options here: Kale, mustard, lettuce, arugula, spinach, cress, mizuna, tat soi, and pac choi all make great salad greens that pass the one-month to harvest test.
The company has begun construction of the plant factory at a facility in Yokusuka in Japan's Kanagawa Prefecture, and will start shipping lettuce, baby leaf greens, spinach, mizuna and other vegetables in the second quarter of 2014.
From midsummer on, a mixture of Chinese leaves, mustards and mizuna is good.
Gardening mentors Karen and George Davis of Lancaster found Mizuna greens seeds.
PICK salad crops grown under glass, including rocket and mizuna.