What is another word for roquette?

Pronunciation: [ɹəkˈɛt] (IPA)

Roquette is an herbaceous plant that belongs to the mustard family. It is also commonly known as arugula or rocket. Arugula, roquette, and rocket are all synonyms for each other and used interchangeably, depending on region. This leafy green has a distinctive peppery flavor and is often used in salads, sandwiches, and as a topping for pizzas. Some other synonyms for roquette include rugula and rucola. In Italy, it's called rucola and in France, it's known as roquette. No matter how you refer to it, this leafy green adds a delicious flavor to your meals and packs a punch of nutrition as well.

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Usage examples for Roquette

To the west is La roquette, N.W. Mouans-Sartoux, and beyond Grasse.
"The South of France--East Half"
Charles Bertram Black
My father came to Paris to set himself up in business as a marble worker for tombstones and so forth, just at the top of the Rue de la roquette.
"The Three Cities Trilogy: Paris, Vol. 2"
Emile Zola
On seeing the jostling crowd which was already assembled on the Place Voltaire, Pierre understood that it would be impossible for him and his brother to ascend the Rue de la roquette.
"Paris From the "Three Cities""
Emile Zola

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