Storage Tips: Upland cress can be stored in a plastic bag in the refrigerator for about four days. If you need it to last longer, wrap them loosely in a wet paper towel and place them in a well closed plastic bag. This way they will last about a week.
Usage Ideas: After washing it, upland cress can be used fresh or cooked. When used fresh, it is great in salads, sandwiches, wraps or added as garnish in special dishes. You can cook it as spinach and add it to soups, scrambled eggs or make puree with potatoes and cream.
Upland Cress is also delicious with mushrooms, goat cheese and tomatoes. Only use the one that has been frozen for cooking, not for salads or sandwiches.
Fun Facts: Upland cress is original from Asia and Ethiopia. Many years ago, it was used in those places as a traditional medicine to help heal wounds.
Upland cress is rich in vitamins A and C and calcium.