Field Mustard

Wild Edibles series card #8-2 spotlights Field Mustard, containing .25 gram of fine gold. Made in the USA with a number unique to you.

The front of the card displays the weight of contained 999.9 fine gold. The back of the card features a photo to help you identify field mustard in the wild, a description of their benefits, and a certification of the enclosed gold’s quality through the Jewelers Vigilance Alliance.

Stamped on front of the gold bar is the Noble Mint Eagle along with the denomination “.25 Grams Fine Gold.” The back is stamped with “In God We Trust.”
Manufacturer: Noble Mint
£25.00

Mathew 17:20 quotes Jesus Christ as saying “Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” Christ was right to compare the power of faith to the humble mustard seed. This wild edible, which produces between 2000 and 3500 seeds measuring one to two millimeters in length per year, has managed to every corner of the earth; the plant thrives in nearly every environment, even found in the artic fields of Greenland. We’ve been cultivating field mustard for over 3000 years, for good reason.

Coming up in late winter or early spring, field mustard is one of the most valuable wild foods. The leaves are highly prized as a great source of leafy greens for salads or a replacement for spinach. The younger leaves are best, as the flavor becomes too bitter to eat as the plant matures; this bitterness can be reduced by boiling the leaves. The flowers it produces can be boiled or pickled and enjoyed as an interesting change up in culinary variety. If you love mustard, you can utilize the seeds to make your own; just grind them up and mix with vinegar and salt. Field mustard is in the same family as cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, turnips, and kale among others, and its roots, known as a forage turnip, are a great source of nutrition; you can treat the roots as any other root vegetable and substitute it in your cooking. While it can be harmful for grazing animals (dairy cows that eat the plant produce milk that tastes terrible, and the plant upsets their stomachs) field mustard can bolter your gardening efforts; it can be used as a winter annual, rotational crop, or in row crop production, helping to prevent erosion, suppress weeds and pests, and alleviate soil compaction. Field mustard is a plentiful, nutritious, and delicious addition to any forager’s repertoire.

This Wild Edible APN Gold Series card features a worldwide leafy green and contains ¼ of a gram of 999.99 fine gold. Featuring the gold bar in this collectable packaging ensures the quality of your gold bullion and guarantees that your gold bar comes to you in an unaltered, pristine condition! The accompanying card lists the weight and guaranteed purity of the Gold bar, describes the nutritional value of field mustard, and includes a photo to assist in plant identification.

This product and our monthly subscription is an easy way to collect gold over time. In addition to receiving a bar of high quality gold, our products can be utilized as bartering tools in the quest to acquire new or replacement materials. People have been using gold to barter since humanity has been around, and this product guarantees you bartering leverage in the case of an economic collapse. Outside of its value for bartering, the card’s lightweight design makes it easily transportable, and the back features a photo of the wild edible to help you identify the plant in the wild.

Monthly Subscription Auto-Bill Program

By purchasing this item you are buying a Monthly Subscription. This is an excellent and convenient way to build up your collection over time! Your billing information will be secured and used each month to purchase the new collectible monthly card inscribed your personal serial number. 

Noble Mint will notify monthly subscribers via email each month 1 week prior to billing to describe the next series card. The approximate cost each month will be $25.00 per subscription.  You may cancel at any time by contacting us through our website.

Mathew 17:20 quotes Jesus Christ as saying “Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” Christ was right to compare the power of faith to the humble mustard seed. This wild edible, which produces between 2000 and 3500 seeds measuring one to two millimeters in length per year, has managed to every corner of the earth; the plant thrives in nearly every environment, even found in the artic fields of Greenland. We’ve been cultivating field mustard for over 3000 years, for good reason.

Coming up in late winter or early spring, field mustard is one of the most valuable wild foods. The leaves are highly prized as a great source of leafy greens for salads or a replacement for spinach. The younger leaves are best, as the flavor becomes too bitter to eat as the plant matures; this bitterness can be reduced by boiling the leaves. The flowers it produces can be boiled or pickled and enjoyed as an interesting change up in culinary variety. If you love mustard, you can utilize the seeds to make your own; just grind them up and mix with vinegar and salt. Field mustard is in the same family as cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, turnips, and kale among others, and its roots, known as a forage turnip, are a great source of nutrition; you can treat the roots as any other root vegetable and substitute it in your cooking. While it can be harmful for grazing animals (dairy cows that eat the plant produce milk that tastes terrible, and the plant upsets their stomachs) field mustard can bolter your gardening efforts; it can be used as a winter annual, rotational crop, or in row crop production, helping to prevent erosion, suppress weeds and pests, and alleviate soil compaction. Field mustard is a plentiful, nutritious, and delicious addition to any forager’s repertoire.

This Wild Edible APN Gold Series card features a worldwide leafy green and contains ¼ of a gram of 999.99 fine gold. Featuring the gold bar in this collectable packaging ensures the quality of your gold bullion and guarantees that your gold bar comes to you in an unaltered, pristine condition! The accompanying card lists the weight and guaranteed purity of the Gold bar, describes the nutritional value of field mustard, and includes a photo to assist in plant identification.

This product and our monthly subscription is an easy way to collect gold over time. In addition to receiving a bar of high quality gold, our products can be utilized as bartering tools in the quest to acquire new or replacement materials. People have been using gold to barter since humanity has been around, and this product guarantees you bartering leverage in the case of an economic collapse. Outside of its value for bartering, the card’s lightweight design makes it easily transportable, and the back features a photo of the wild edible to help you identify the plant in the wild.

Monthly Subscription Auto-Bill Program

By purchasing this item you are buying a Monthly Subscription. This is an excellent and convenient way to build up your collection over time! Your billing information will be secured and used each month to purchase the new collectible monthly card inscribed your personal serial number. 

Noble Mint will notify monthly subscribers via email each month 1 week prior to billing to describe the next series card. The approximate cost each month will be $25.00 per subscription.  You may cancel at any time by contacting us through our website.

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