Watercress, available May through November, is a green that oftentimes is overlooked, but it is actually quite simple to introduce in a variety of foods that you eat every day. If you've never had watercress, it's like a cross between arugula and spinach, in terms of flavor and texture. It's slightly bitter but has a creamy texture. Like spinach, it tastes great both raw and cooked. If the tender green is new to you, check out these seven ways you can incorporate it in your basic recipe repertoire.
7 Everyday Ways to Use Watercress
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