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Watercress is an aquatic plant species with the botanical name Nasturtium officinale. ... The hollow stems of watercress will float; the leaf structure is pinnately ...

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An attractive, succulent plant, watercress bears small, round, slightly scalloped leaves, which, in summer, produce tiny white flowers that become small pods with ...

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Oct 20, 2016 ... As more varieties of salad leaves were cultivated over the next 100 years, watercress became known as a poor man's food and was eventually ...

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The health benefits of watercress are providing nutrition, boosting immunity, cancer preventive, and thyroid support. These health benefits begin with a single  ...

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Watercress is a free floating hollow stemmed plant. It's small, oval, and dark green; succulent leaves carry high moisture content. The greens feature sharp, ...

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Find patient medical information for WATERCRESS on WebMD including its uses , ... In foods, watercress is widely used in leaf salads and as a culinary spice.

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Sep 13, 2009 ... any assertive green with tender leaves-- arugula, endive, radicchio, ... the color difference. of course this is assuming the watercress is a major ...

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The B&W brand is your assurance that the watercress you are buying meets the ... B&W also offers Gourmet Watercress leaves that have been triple washed, ...

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May 11, 2015 ... Watercress—the green of dainty tea sandwiches—has a reputation for being proper and stodgy. But in reality, it's spring's liveliest green, here ...