Wild Foraged Watercress


1 bunch (approx. 6-8 oz)

Watercress’s name come from it growing in fresh spring water and slow moving streams, leaving this leafy green small, tender, and succulent. It’s also very nutritionally dense, meaning you get a lot of nutrition in a smaller serving; a serving of watercress has more iron than spinach, more calcium than milk, and more vitamin C than oranges, plus oodles of Vitamin K. Use as a delicious and nutritious salad base, just remove the thick fibery stems; quickly saute with ginger; blitz into soup or pesto; or make egg and cress sandwiches. This product is wild foraged and harvested in southwestern Catskills.

Store in water, like you would flowers, but in the fridge for up to 3 or 4 days. Soak and rinse well before use.