Spruce up your meals with mustard–and no, we’re not talking about the common condiment. Mustard leaves have a slightly bitter, somewhat spicy flavor profile, and can be enjoyed raw or cooked. Saute or steam mustard greens like kale or collards, or mix the leaves in with other salad greens. Mustard is rich in vitamins A, C, E, and K and other essential nutrients like calcium, iron, and potassium. Take your pick between the glossy green Totsoi, the curly-leafed Old Fashioned, or the sharp-edged Mizuna. Regardless of the variety you choose, expect an abundant harvest of delicious mustard all year long.