1. Marion Murri New Member

    Australia English
    This is a green leaf used frequently in salads sometimes a bit spicy.
    Can any one tell me the french trsanlation and if known also the italian.
  2. Aupick

    Aupick Senior Member

    Strasbourg, France
    UK, English
    In French it's called roquette, and I believe in Italian it's arugula, but you should try asking in the Italian-English for that.
  3. Marion Murri New Member

    Australia English
    Thank you for the quick reply ... do you know another word for Rocket in French?
  4. Gil Senior Member

    Français, Canada
  5. kiolbassa Senior Member

    In Italian, like in many other languages, salads (and fish and lots of produits du terroir) have different names depending on the region. Arugula tends to be used in the south, in the north we say rucola. În some places, the leaves look like a variation on the dandelion, in others they look like baby spinach.
    cheers and
    buon apetito

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