You probably eat mustard, whose seeds come from this plant, but you may not have eaten MUSTARD GREENS before. Rich in antioxidants and a member of the cruciferous family, this herb has a plethora of health benefits. Saute in olive oil and drizzle with lemons, like the Greeks do. I'd probably add a tad of sea salt, too.
Spicy Pork & Mustard Green Soup by Foxes Love Lemons. This particular soup includes lovely mustard greens, a vegetable I hadn’t used in many years. They truly do have a mustard-like flavor, so it breaks up the typical spinach-or-kale-all-the-time dinner routine. The sharp, tangy mustard flavor is a great pairing for pork, like the ground pork in this soup.