Nasturtiums Kapuzinerkresse The nasturtiums received their common name because they produce an oil that is similar to that of watercress (Nasturtium officinale). The genus Tropaeolum, native to South and Central America
Herbs that will root in water: Basil, sage, thyme parsley, witch hazel, Mint, green onion, tomato. The cresses, American Land cress and English watercress, do well in water, but you must change their water very often as neither herb grows well in anything but very clean water.
Creasies are also called upland watercress, field cress or wild watercress. They are a small leafy green that is a member of the mustard family. The flavor is similar to the pungent spice of watercress and when cooked, it can have the texture of spinach. Although creasy greens show a lot of similarities to watercress, they do not grow in water as their cousin watercress does.
snacks should be wholesome and calculated. "Try not to have big bowls of snacks readily available, as your hand will naturally gravitate in that direction." Another tip? "Brush and floss after each meal or healthy snack -- it will discourage you from eating more," says Beller.