New (to me) greens I'm trying this year
I love greens, lol, but wanted to try some new ones in addition to the lettuces, Swiss chard, arugula, beet greens. I just planted some Orach and some Tatsoi from Baker Creek. I watched a video and the man (who's name I of course cannot remember now) said the Orach was very good. The Tatsoi looked too good not to try. I love their catalog! Anyway, here is the descriptor from their online store https://www.rareseeds.com/tatsoi-green
"(B. rapa) Tatsoi is nicknamed Vitamin Green, and rightfully so. This gourmet green is known as one of the richest sources of vitamin C and it is replete with other incredible vitamins, minerals, and health-promoting compounds! Its glossy and tender leaves pack 2 times as much vitamin C as that of an orange and twice as much calcium as an equal serving of milk! Tatsoi also boasts glucosinolates (which science shows are converted to cancer fighting compounds in the body) and carotenoids, which promote eye health. You won’t have to bargain with your kids to get them to eat this veggie. It’s super sweet and easy to love, with a mild and refreshing flavor. The low-growing rosettes are comprised of tiny, glossy spoon-shaped leaves that boast crisp and juicy mouth-feel."
Has anyone tried either of these?