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Watercress 50g


Watercress,  a dark, leafy green that grows in natural spring water. It is rich in vitamins and minerals and it may be beneficial for heart and bone health. Historically, people have used watercress as little more than a garnish. Now, however, it is seeing a resurgence in popularity as one of the latest superfoods. Watercress is an ancient green that may have been a staple in the diet of Roman soldiers. It is also a member of the cruciferous family, alongside kale, broccoli, arugula, and Brussels sprouts. Its dense nutritional content makes it noteworthy for its piquant flavors.

Some of the ways you can use watercress are:

  • Add it to your salads, sandwiches, wraps, or burgers for a fresh and peppery taste.
  • Blend it with yogurt, garlic, lemon juice, salt, and pepper to make a creamy and tangy dip or dressing.
  • Cook it with potatoes, onion, vegetable stock, and cream to make a smooth and hearty soup.