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  1. photo Student Science Experiment Finds Plants won’t Grow near Wi-Fi RouterStudent Science Experiment Finds Plants won’t Grow near Wi-Fi RouterArticle
    the young ladies planned an examination that would test the impact of cell phone radiation on a plant. The students placed six trays loaded with Lepidium sativum, a kind of garden cress into a room withoutRead more
  2. photo Plants won't grow near Wi-Fi routers, experiment findsPlants won't grow near Wi-Fi routers, experiment findsNews
    of Lepidium sativum seeds (a garden cress grown commercially throughout Europe) in a room without radiation, and an equal amount in a room next to two . Over a 12-day period, they observed, measured, weighedRead more
  3. photo Make This 3-Ingredient Fresh Salad Recipe in 5 MinutesMake This 3-Ingredient Fresh Salad Recipe in 5 MinutesArticle
    in the summer, virtually any leafy veggies that came from a garden are going to work. Arugula, chard, kale, spinach, cress, whatever—it’s all good here. Just rinse the greens clean and, if they’re very largeRead more
  4. photo 6 Tips for Growing Winter Salad Greens6 Tips for Growing Winter Salad GreensArticle
    Summer’s over, but there’s no reason why you can’t enjoy fresh, delicious salad greens throughout the winter months. With just a few small adjustments to your gardening methods and techniquesRead more
  5. photo Healthy Cauliflower Risotto RecipeHealthy Cauliflower Risotto RecipeTreatment
    Glucotropaeolin Benzyl-Isothiocyanate Cabbage, Garden cress, Indian cress Sinigrin Allyl-Isothiocyanate Cabbage, Horseradish, Mustard Source: Pharmacol Res. 2007 March; 55(3): 224–236Read more
  6. photo 111 Herbs, Vegetables, Edible Flowers, & Fruit to Plant in Your Kitchen <b>Garden</b>111 Herbs, Vegetables, Edible Flowers, & Fruit to Plant in Your Kitchen GardenArticle
    Sorrel Spinach Sprouts Swiss Chard Upland Cress – Similar to arugula, this lettuce has a spicy zing (but a bit milder then arugula). Wheat grass Remember getting your kitchen garden going doesn’tRead more
  7. photo 11 Delicious Ways to Enjoy Watercress Benefits11 Delicious Ways to Enjoy Watercress BenefitsArticle
    . It is a member of the Brassicaceae family, which means it is related to garden cress, mustard, radish and wasabi. These plants all share a peppery and slightly bitter flavor. Watercress benefits shouldn’tRead more
  8. photo Broccoli sprout extract helps fight head and neck cancer by activating 'detoxification' gene, study findsBroccoli sprout extract helps fight head and neck cancer by activating 'detoxification' gene, study findsNews
    of sulforaphane, found in cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cabbage and garden cress, can protect people against these external carcinogens. "Head and neck cancers account for approximately 3 percent of allRead more
  9. photo Introduction to HerbsIntroduction to HerbsTreatment
    leaders took on the knowledge and grew vast herb gardens for the healing arts . In the early cultures, as healing was a common practice of the religious leader of that day, growing and use of herbsRead more
  10. photo The Best Year Ever Goodie Box 2016 Edition is Here!The Best Year Ever Goodie Box 2016 Edition is Here!Article
    a special variety of flavors that taste WOW! Sweet Pea shoots add a hint of sweetness and pack the power of protein. With cress and mustard greens, the PEPPERGREENS’spice up your salad. Dress up your greensRead more

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Garden cress

Cress (Lepidium sativum), sometimes referred to as garden cress to distinguish it from similar plants also referred to as cress (from old Germanic cresso which means sharp, spicy), is a rather fast-growing, edible herb. Garden cress is genetically related to watercress and mustard, sharing their peppery, tangy flavor and aroma. In some regions, garden cress is known as mustard and cress, garden...More