mustard and cress


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mustard and cress

n
(Cookery) seedlings of white mustard and garden cress, used in salads
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Her hat, which was flowery, resembled those punnets, covered with flannel, which we sowed with mustard and cress in our childhood, and which germinated here yes, and there no.
We have all grown mustard and cress on our windowsill, so imagine mustard and cress on steroids (in a good way).
For Vitamin C, opt for blackcurrants, citrus fruits, guava, kiwi fruit, strawberries, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, curly kale, mangetout, mustard and cress, parsley, red and green peppers, spring greens and watercress.
Mustard and cress are the most obvious things to grow and they are still the most magical as they'll pop up within a week.
If you're dreaming of a microgreen salad, one quick and reliable mix might include radish, arugula, mustard and cress. In a week to 10 days, you'll be eating flavorful, healthy microgreens with a little kick.
SOW mustard and cress in shallow boxes on your windowsill and start the cress off four days before the mustard so that they are ready together.
Often seed doesn't germinate until the ground is disturbed, but then up it comes like mustard and cress.
"He gave me three packets of seed, radish, mustard and cress and within six weeks my friend Gareth and I were eating a salad sandwich of radish, mustard and cress with salad cream.
Arrange a small bunch of mustard and cress or flat-leaf parsley to fit in between the sandwiches at the top.
If you've only got a small space like a patio or balcony, sprouting seeds and micro-salads like mung bean, red mustard and cress, are quick, easy and can be done indoors.
"I was fascinated to read that mustard and cress seeds fell on Southampton during a storm in 1979.