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I was planting some things in the garden and realized that I didn’t have anything new to try. We eat a lot of salads during the summer and I like to jazzy it up for taste. Last year we tried Arugula lettuce. We loved the different flavor in our salads, but you can also use it as a green vegetable. You can sauté with onion, garlic, and a little olive oil or place it under cooked fish on your plate for a nice tangy taste.
Arugula consists of vibrant green leaves attached to a pale creamy green hued stem. The leaves are lobed and can be harvested when young and mild in flavor or when fully mature at 3 or 4 inches in length. …Read More...