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Is baby arugula vegan?

Baby arugula is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is baby arugula?

Baby arugula is a tender, delicate green leafy vegetable that's packed with flavor and nutrition. It is a smaller and more tender variety of arugula, with a milder, slightly peppery taste that is perfect for salads, sandwiches, and many other dishes. Baby arugula leaves are dark green and have a slightly curly texture, with a subtle nutty taste that complements the bitterness of the leaves. This ingredient is a rich source of vitamins A and K, as well as other essential minerals, making it a great addition to any healthy diet. Its unique flavor and texture make it a versatile ingredient that can add depth and complexity to any dish.

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