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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.]
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(Cookery) a Japanese variety of lettuce having crisp green leaves
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A circlet of micro tatsoi, kale, mizuna, roses, sage, pansies, figs, berries and kumquat were enlivened with sesame oil and ginger with presumably Puck's half face peeping from the side of the plate.
A Midsummer Night's Dream: Titania Crown (Micro tatsoi, mizuna, roses, sage, pansies, figs, berries, kumquat, sesame oil, ginger) The trademark of any Liechtenstein dinner has always been that everything is made by someone in the family, and for this evening, Maymay prepared everything.
NASA has already grown Chinese cabbage, mizuna mustard, red Russian kale and zinnia flowers in space, but Torres said that NASA wants to grow a variety of crops in space with different values. 
Fist City; and the Ramen Burger (Angus beef, soy "molasses," mizuna and scallion on a ramen noodle bun) with Noon Whistle Hop Prism Laser Yellow.
Mizuna is a mild Japanese mustard that is popular as a salad green and tastes great cooked.
Brassicas include, but are not limited to: broccoli, cabbage, collards, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, kale, kohlrabi, swede, turnip, Bok choi, and mizuna. Colon cancer typically starts as a growth, or polyp, in the lining of the colon or large intestine.
GF/LC/LS/V 5 Black Rice and Asparagus with Mizuna and Mint When I first sketched out this idea, I never imagined what a happy surprise it would be.
Oriental veg such as Chinese radish, pak choi and mizuna can also be added to the mix or grown as ornamental plants in borders.
150g mixed salad leaves (mizuna, rocket, baby chard, cress and claytonia)
Mizuna Salad Image Credit: Abhishek Sengupta/XPRESS Yakisoba and Hot Dog Image Credit: Abhishek Sengupta/XPRESS
For herby salads, add mizuna. For something a little hotter, grow oriental mustards and bekana, Chinese salad cabbage.