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Arugula

Updated: Mar 3

This peppery green, also known as rocket, is a member of the mustard family.





Storage


Store arugula in a plastic bag, in the refrigerator. It'll keep for a week or more. Please note that we typically don’t wash the salad greens we pack for you unless they’re very dirty, because they store better unwashed. If you choose to wash your salad greens, invest in a salad spinner so you can be sure to get them truly dry. (A wet salad always disappoints.)


Cooking Tips


Arugula is delicious in salads, added on top of pizza, made into a pesto, or lightly wilted under an over-easy egg.


Recipes


Arugula Salad with Crunchy Garlic Lentils & Lemon Dijon Dressing Baked Eggs with Arugula, Yogurt, and Chile A Really Good Salad Arugula Breakfast Salad Arugula Salad with Beets, Walnuts and Goat Cheese Pasta with Arugula Almond Pesto White Pizza Topped with Lemony Arugula Whole Grain Salad with Jammy Eggs & Shallot Yogurt