This past month, Mustard has taken the spotlight amongst New Roots gardeners. This Nepali staple is a much sought after and adored green used in numerous dishes, most popularly Saag (also the Nepali word for Mustard), or eaten raw. This versatile plant is used for its seeds, its greens, and to make oil. April is the month to begin harvesting Mustard in Nepal. So, although our seasons are backwards it is only appropriate that so much excitement take place around planting Mustard Greens in our gardens here this month. Here are a couple Mustard highlights from the past few weeks and a tasty, simple Saag recipe….