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Sounds interesting; I'll keep an eye out and give it a try.

One thing we've found about arugula generally is that it's far more peppery if allowed to grow a little bigger before you use it. We've noticed in area farmer's markets that a lot of vendors are selling leaves no more than a couple of inches long. OK, if you like mildness, but if you prefer a little kick to it, let it get to 4 or 5 inches.

H. Mark Delman

Youre absolutely right. The stems also get woody so I trim it back to the leaves only when the plant gets older.


garden sheds

I really like wasabi although it is very spicy. Thanks a lot for this share. Nice post.

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