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arugula

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisharugulaa‧ru‧gu‧la /əˈruːɡjələ $ -ɡələ/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 rocket1(4)
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arugulaTransfer to a serving bowl or to individual salad plates and garnish with dandelion, arugula or lettuce.Dark green arugula, often used as a stand-alone salad green, has a peppery and slightly bitter flavor.Other appetizers include a tuna carpaccio with arugula in a lemon dressing, and smoked salmon with celery and whole-grain mustard.
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