'Bull's Blood' Beet..Most beets are grown for their earthy-flavor roots. 'Bull's Blood' is a dual-purpose variety grown as much for its intense burgundy leaves as for its deep purple roots. Beet varieties with less colorful foliage can also be harvested when young to add to salads.
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Splendid Salads from Better Homes and Gardens
Mustard Greens - Young greens are the best to use in salads. Older leaves, which have stronger flavor, are better stir-fried, steamed, or sauteed.
Mizuna..Deeply lobed and fringed mizuna is an Asian green with a mild peppery flavor. Other common names for mizuna are Japanese mustard, spider mustard, and California peppergrass.
Tatsoi..Asian greens such as tatsoi may be used fresh in salads, stir-fried, or steamed. Tatsoi forms a deep green rosette with white stems. Harvest immature leaves for use in salads.
Mibuna... This Asian green derives its name from Mibu, in the Kyoto prefecture of Japan. Its long, narrow, dense leaves have a mild mustard flavor that is delicious in salads. Harvest baby greens in as little as 21 days from planting.