Romaine Lettuce (Lactuca Sativa) Is A Type Of Head Lettuce That Is Typically Deep Green With Elongated Leaves. Known For Its Mild Flavor And Crisp Texture, It Has Sturdy Leaves That Make It More Tolerant To Heat Than Other Lettuce Varieties. It Is Most Commonly Used As Salad Greens, Although It Can Also Be Grilled And Saut�ed. In Recent Years, Romaine Has Become A Grilling Staple Along With Other Vegetables. In North America, Romaine Is Often Sold As �hearts� That Have The Outer Leaves Removed For Convenience.

The Majority Of Leaf Lettuce In The United States Is Grown In California, But Because Of A E. Coli Outbreaks, Romaine Lettuce Now Also Comes From Winter Growing Regions, Such As The Imperial Valley Region Of California, Desert Region Of Arizona In And Around Yuma, And Florida.


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