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coleslaw Glossary Term
A salad prepared with shredded, finely sliced or square bits of cabbage that is most often a white cabbage.
red asian mustard Glossary Term
An oval-shaped, long stemmed salad green with a mildly distinctive mustard taste. It can be combined with mizuna or other young greens as a flavorful complement to a mixed salad.
oak leaf lettuce Glossary Term
A variety of salad greens that are shaped like on oak leaf, grown as green or red oak leaf lettuce. The green variety has a rounded shaped leaf, which provides a mild flavor to salads or other foods.
asparagus chicory Glossary Term
A salad green that grows with long thin stems containing ragged or serrated green leaves similar to dandelion greens.
red leaf lettuce Glossary Term
A leafy salad green that grows from a stalk and spreads out to form a loose leafed bunch of greens with a decorative frilled red edging.
green leaf lettuce Glossary Term
A leafy salad green that grows from a stalk and spreads out to form a loose leafed bunch of greens with a decorative frilled green edging.
mizuna Glossary Term
A thin whispy salad green, related to Chinese cabbage, with a mild mustard flavor. Native to Japan, this vegetable averages 14" to 16" in height with leaves that are green and yellow, smooth in texture and somewhat feathery in shape.
chat masala Glossary Term
A mix of hot spices common in India that are used to flavor a variety of appetizer-like foods, fruit salads, fresh fruit, fruit juices, or vegetable salads.
gai choy Glossary Term
An Asian vegetable green that is used as a cooking green, a salad green, or as a pickled vegetable prepared in a brine or sugar solution.
greens Glossary Term
A generic name given to several types of leafy vegetables such as spinach, mustard greens, escarole, dandelion, and turnip greens that are often used in salads.
iceberg lettuce Glossary Term
A type of crisphead lettuce that has crisp, light green leaves that are formed into a densely packed head.
mesclun Glossary Term
A mixture of small, young salad greens, herbs and edible flowers. The greens are a mixture of textures and sweet, spicy and bitter flavors.
tat soi Glossary Term
An Asian salad green that is most often eaten raw but is also combined with other greens and prepared in cooked foods.
spring mix Glossary Term
A mixture of small, young salad greens, herbs and edible flowers. The greens are a mixture of textures and sweet, spicy and bitter flavors.
winter purslane Glossary Term
A long stemmed spearhead-shaped, fleshy green leaf that provides a mild flavor as a salad green. Predominately grown in western North America, this green is also known as Cuban spinach or miner's lettuce and is used as a distinctive garnish for vegetable trays, in salads, an herb or an added complement to main dishes.
rocket greens Glossary Term
Green salad leaves that cannot be classified as a true herb or vegetable, which are native to the Mediterranean and eastern Asia.
chicory Glossary Term
Generally considered to be a salad green, chicory is a relative of the endive family of greens, known as Cichorium.
belgian endive Glossary Term
Used in salads, appetizers, hors d'oeuvres, and side dishes, Belgian endive has narrow, spear-shaped leaves that grow close and tightly wrapped around the head.
celtuce lettuce Glossary Term
One of the five distinct types of garden lettuce used for salad greens and other dishes. The leaf is similar to romaine lettuce, but unlike romaine, is not considered edible due to the milky sap that forms soon after it matures.
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