30 Graines Chou-salade Mizuna, 水菜, Brassica rapa japonica
Chou-Salade Mizuna, 水菜, Brassica Rapa Japanica |
The Mizuna (Brassica Rapa Subp. Nipposinica) is a variety of Brassica Rapa, a kind of plants from the family of Brassicaceae1.
30 seeds - green and red mixture
The name of Mizuna, [水菜], comes from 水 (" Eau ") and 菜 (" vegetable ")
The finely cut and rosette leaves resemble those of Roquette.
The Mizuna is consumed raw, in salads of leaves or young shoots, or cooked, in vegetables or in soup2.
The NASA notably chose the Mizuna salad for its experiences aimed at obtaining healthy and cultivable food in space. This in order to prepare his future trips and the food of astronauts. The first phase of these experiences, VEG-04A, consists of a cultivation on a growth cycle of 28 days, aboard theISS3.
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