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Arugula is a leafy plant belonging to the plant family of Brassicaceae. Arugula is a leaf vegetable related to broccoli, kale, and cabbage. Arugula leaves have a tart, bitter, and peppery taste, and the older the leaf vegetable gets, the stronger the bitter-peppery taste becomes.

Arugula is the perfect leafy vegetable to cook to use in steak, pork, and chicken dishes. Because of its pepper-bitter taste, it balances out perfectly when stewed. Stew down a healthy portion of Arugula using olive oil, pepper, and salt to create a bed of greens to place your favorite poultry on top. Easy and fast to prepare to complete or complement a meal.

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Arugula is also a good source of vitamin Avitamin C, and the dietary minerals calciummagnesium, and manganese.

Of course, adding healthy fruits to your daily diet is wise. However, eating organic fruits is smarter. Why? No chemicals. Eating foods with minimal chemicals helps prevent early illness.

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