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Komatsuna, or Japanese mustard spinach, has a mild, earthy flavor. Use in soups and casseroles, or toss raw into salad (balance it out with milder leaves such as Bibb lettuce). Komatsuna also makes an excellent stir-fry with nothing but olive oil, garlic and a squirt of fresh lemon juice.