Leaf mustard(芥子菜)

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Nutrient content of 100 g

A delicious season in Japan

  • February
  • March
  • April

 

Explanation of vegetables

  • Leafy vegetables whose seeds are the raw material of mustard
  • Leaves also have a bitter spicy taste
  • Calcium is more than milk
  • Folic acid is about 1.5 times more than broccoli
  • “Spicy ingredient” has an appetite-stimulating effect
  • Choose whatever green leaves are deep, tensioned to the tip of the leaf

 

Good for the body to eat together

  • Immune strengthening = pork, bacon
  • Raise your concentration skills = Dried sardines, cheese

 

 

Preservation method

  • Wrap it with newspaper, put it in a plastic bag and save it in a refrigerator
  • In the refrigerator stand up and save

 

Recipe

  • Stir fry
  • Pickles

Nutrient content

Nutrient content of 100 g

Leaf mustard(raw)

Energy26kcal
Protein3.3g
Lipid0.1g
Carbohydrate4.7g
Vitamin A2800㎍
Vitamin D
Vitamin E3.0mg
Vitamin K260㎍
Vitamin B10.12mg
Vitamin B20.27mg
Vitamin B60.25mg
Vitamin B12
Vitamin C64mg
Niacin2.2mg
Folic acid310㎍
Pantothenic acid0.32mg
Biotin
Sodium60mg
Potassium620mg
Calcium140mg
Magnesium21mg
Rin
iron72mg
Zinc0.9mg
Copper0.08mg
Manganese1.02mg
Lodine
Selenium
Chromium
Molybdenum
Dietary fiber3.7g

*Vitamin A indicates the amount of β-carotene
*Vitamin E displays tocopherol α