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Frilly and lacy, single stem Persian watercress is grown especially for fresh eating. Savory, spicy and succulent, this specialty watercress is a favorite of gourmet chefs. A type of peppercress and each stem typically measuring three to six inches in length, its spicy bite is similar to a radish.
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This wonderful watercress tastes best raw as cooking breaks down its fragile personality and flavor is lost. Fresh mixed green salads naturally love its spunky contribution. Enhance sandwiches. Stuff in wraps and pita bread specialties. Great garnish for most anything. To store, keep refrigerated. Use within four to five days for optimum quality, color and flavor.
Native to Iran, Persian watercress is locally grown at Coleman Farms, Carpinteria, California. Coleman Farms has been growing premium products since 1964. Specializing in lettuce varieties, more than one hundred garden-fresh edibles flourish on this successful farm's fertile ten acres. Specialty Produce strongly supports and endorses our local growers and the California farming industry.
Recipes that include Persian Watercress. One is easiest, three is harder.
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