Wild Watercress / lb
Wild Watercress grows in bodies of fresh running water. The foliage floats in clusters on the water’s surface and spindly white roots anchor it below. There is a clean peppery note reminiscent of horseradish, similar peppery bite like that of kohlrabi, turnip, radish and broccoli.
Commonly used to add a sharp peppery note to salads with fruit and is a classic compliment to beef sandwiches. When sautéed, watercress develops a sweet earthy flavor that compliments salty ingredients like soy sauce, capers and anchovies.
Store in refrigerator. Wild Greens will usually last about 4-6 days in the refrigerator, but are best consumed within the first 3 days.
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