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  1. Cogumelo do Sol: A Arma Mais Poderosa contra o CâncerNews
    soluble proteglucan extracted from the basidiomycete, Agaricus blazei Murill, medi ated via natural killer cell activation and apoptosis. Cancer Immunol Immunother 1998;46:147– 59. 2. Mizuno M, Morimoto MRead more
  2. photo As If! 11 Leafy Greens You Might Like More than KaleAs If! 11 Leafy Greens You Might Like More than KaleArticle
    favorite green smoothie recipe, sauté them up or use like lettuce in a salad or sandwich. 6. Mizuna A mix between arugula and mustard, mizuna’s flavor is piquant, bright and earthy. You’ve likely hadRead more
  3. photo Jantar com Mari Hirata - Tataki de atumJantar com Mari Hirata - Tataki de atumRecipe
    em qualquer salada de folhas verdes e sempre faz sucesso). Para a salada 1 maço de mizuna (não tem muito gosto, mas tem consistência crocante – pode ser encontrada no bairro da Liberdade, em São Paulo.1/3Read more
  4. photo Guide to Growing Asian Greens for FallGuide to Growing Asian Greens for FallArticle
    and crunchy  – This group includes plants like bok choi, Chinese cabbage and Chinese broccoli. Leafy greens –  This group includes relatives of mustard greens such as mustard spinach, tatsoi, mizuna and redRead more
  5. photo Mustard GreensMustard GreensArticle
    Dijon mustard. The vairety of Mustard Greens you are most likely to come across is Mizuna. How to Buy and Store Mustard Greens When shopping for Mustard Greens, look for crisp leaves with a richRead more
  6. photo 6 Tips for Growing Winter Salad Greens6 Tips for Growing Winter Salad GreensArticle
    .   Golden Purslane – Similar to the hardy Winter Purslane, but with golden leaves and red stems or a colorful salad. Mizuna Greens – Japanese greens similar to arugula but less spicy and more tender.  Read more
  7. photo 15 Mouthwatering and Protein-Packed Bitter Greens Worth a Bite15 Mouthwatering and Protein-Packed Bitter Greens Worth a BiteArticle
    and it turns sweet. 14. Mizuna: This Japanese mustard green is most often found in those lovely mesclun mixes, but there’s reason to seek it out in larger quantity. It resembles mustard in flavor packingRead more
  8. photo LettuceLettuceArticle
    it), romaine (or cos) and leaf. While vegetables such as arugula, watercress, spinach and mizuna are not technically lettuce, they’re used interchangeably in salads. Mesculin refers to a mix of lettucesRead more
  9. photo Ácido Hialurônico: um Tratamento Complementar para Artrose do JoelhoÁcido Hialurônico: um Tratamento Complementar para Artrose do JoelhoNews
    fibroblast-like synoviocytes from patients with early osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis Cartilage. 2006;14(12):1237-47. 
 Takeshita S, Mizuno S, Kikuchi T, Yamada H, Nakimi O, Kumagai K. The in vitro effect ofRead more

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Mizuna

Mizuna (ミズナ(水菜)?, "water greens"), shui cai, kyona, Japanese mustard, potherb mustard, Japanese greens, California peppergrass, or spider mustard is a cultivated variety of Brassica rapa nipposinica. The name is also used for Brassica juncea var. japonica.The taste of mizuna has been described as a "piquant, mild peppery flavor...slightly spicy, but less so than arugula." It is also used in...More