Inventory, head : 14.00
This item was last sold on : 11/23/21
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Escarole has broad, slightly curly, pale green leaves with a nutty, bitter taste similar to that of curly endive only with a less bitter bite. The fleshy, dark, outer leaves are more bitter in flavor than the lighter, inner leaves. Cooking will somewhat mellow the bitter flavor of Escarole. Escarole has a crunchy, crisp texture and holds its shape well even when cooked.
Escarole is available year-round with a peak season in the spring and summer months.
Escarole is botanically classified as Cichorium endivia and is a member of the Cichorium genus. The Cichorium endivia species includes all the different varieties of curly endive and broad-leaved escarole. A “true” endive Escarole can also be known by the names Batavian, Bavarian and Broad-leaved endive.
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|Seneca||San Diego CA||619-588-2411|
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