Arugula is an annual that grows 8 to 24 inches high. It has dull- or shinygreen, deeply cut, compound leaves that are edible and have a distinctive spicy, pungent flavor resembling horseradish. The vegetable was formerly called roquette (the French word for rocket),
but the term "arugula" is now becoming more common.,br.The arugula can be divided into smoothedged or serrated-leafed varieties. Some arugula varieties are wild, although most
are cultivated. The flavor varies depending on variety.
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