Talk:Brassica nigra

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Hello to the botanists out there... I was just looking at an Italian recipe that calls for a vegetable called "cavolo nero". On the Italian Wikipedia, this appears under the entry "Brassica" with the scientific name "Brassica nigra". So, assuming there haven't been any mistakes made, either by me, the authors of this page, or the authors of that Italian page, it seems that another major use of Black Mustard--the greens, that is--is as a "dinner veggie", particularly in Italian cooking. Another name which I found online is "Tuscan cabbage" although this doesn't appear in the English Wikipedia, nor did I notice an Italian version of this name on the Italian Wikipedia (though I don't speak Italian so I may have simply missed it).

Anyway this seems like very relevant information that ought to be included on the page!--after being properly confirmed of course. Thanks-- Neoprote

The clue is in the name "Tuscan cabbage" - or black kale as it is known in Britain - cavolo nero is a member of the Brassica oleracea group FlagSteward 22:25, 26 August 2007 (UTC)

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These seeds are widely used in south Indian pickles. Espicelly south indian mango pickle called "Avakaaya" — Preceding unsigned comment added by 12.207.16.194 (talk) 01:46, 17 February 2012 (UTC)

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