Life semi-aquatic, the watercress floats dreamily waiting to be plucked. This water nymphy member of the cabbage family is high in calcium, folic acid, antioxidants, iron, and iodine. Watercress is related to mustard and radish plants. Its leaves are delicate and its flavor is peppery and tangy. Served on sandwiches, as the English do, it is such a delight!
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