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Homegrown/Homemade: How to Prep and Store Arugula

Danielle Sherry, Sarah Breckenridge, and Robyn Doyon-Aitken. Videography by Gary Junken. Edited by Cari Delahanty
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Welcome to Homegrown/Homemade. I’m a cook who needs some help in the garden and Fine Gardening‘s Danielle Sherry is a gardener who needs some help in the kitchen. We’ve teamed up to show gardeners and cooks of all skill levels how get the most out of their crops from seed to plate. In this series, we tackle that spicy salad favorite, arugula.

Episode Four: How to Prep & Store Arugula
The trick to keeping arugula from spoiling in the fridge after washing it is keeping it as dry as possible. I’ll teach Danielle how to use a quality salad spinner and share my tips for storage.

Other episodes about arugula
How to Plant Arugula How to Care for Arugula How to Harvest Arugula
Episode One: How to Plant Arugula   Episode Two: How to Care for Arugula   Episode Three: How to Harvest Arugula
How to Prep and Store Arugula Pasta with Peas, Arugula, and Prosciutto
Episode Four: How to Prep and Store Arugula
  Recipe: Pasta with Peas, Arugula, and Prosciutto

For more on growing arugula, see our sister site, VegetableGardener.com.

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