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1 lb. Arugula Sprouting Seeds - Organic, Non-GMO, Kosher

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Grapes, Fruits & Fruit Trees, Vines

About this item

?  Unlike many subtler-tasting salad greens, arugula’s highly distinctive and peppery crunch adds flair to salads and dishes. 

?  Arugula contains a good amount of vitamin C, vitamin K, and folate – the heart-friendly nutrients. 

?  People who eat a lot of Arugulas are more likely to keep their weight in check and less likely to gain more. 

?  Arugula is delicious raw, and it can be used as a healthy add-on topping for pizza, nachos, sandwiches, and wraps.

?  Arugula can be used as an alternative to basil to make hot or cold pesto.

?  Arugula’s leaf shape and taste also make it an interesting complement to citrus fruit and berry salads.

?  It also makes an excellent base for more substantial salad recipes. Try adding cherry tomatoes, grilled chicken, and walnuts to arugula for a protein-packed, low-calorie meal.

?  It can be served as a side salad with nothing more than a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper. Like parsley, it can be chewed to help combat sour breath.

?  Arugula can be used in addition to, or in lieu of, most types of lettuce and herbs. It also boasts a distinctive leaf shape. Arugula’s flowers, seeds, and leaves are all edible.

?  Arugula Seeds and sprouts are all packed with antioxidants that boost your natural beauty and wellbeing.

?  Organic Arugula Sprouts give you large servings of B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin K, zinc, copper, calcium, and iron.

?  Even a complete novice can use Arugula Seeds for sprouting to easily grow microgreens without using any special equipment.

?  As sprouting seeds, Arugula will allow you to grow sprouts that are not only full of nutrients but are also bursting with a delicious spicy flavor.

?  Edible arugula seeds also make a great addition to your spice collection, and can be used in marinades and sauces.