An old variety native to France. its French name is Musque De Provence. Great for cooking.
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This item was last sold on : 12/07/13
Available year around.
Like regular Romaine, Sweet Romaine lettuce grows in an elongated head of sturdy green outer leaves and lighter to pale celadon leaves in the center, all of which have a firm rib down their centers. It is crisp and crunchy but sweeter and less bitter than regular Romaine.
Romaine contains vitamin C, vitamin A, folate and iron. One cup of shredded Romaine has about 10 calories.
Add to mixed green salads or Caesar salads. Pair with green oak, arugula, tat soi, frisee, mizuna and other green leaf lettuces. Brush head with vinaigrette and grill. Use as cup for lettuce wraps. Blanch, then braise whole head for side dish. Add to sandwiches and hamburgers. Ideal for dips.
Romaine is believed to have originated on the Aegean island of Cos, and also known as Cos lettuce.
Recipes that include Sweet Romaine. One is easiest, three is harder.
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