mesclun
noun Etymology: French, from Occitan, literally, mixture, from mescla to mix, from Old Occitan mesclar, from Vulgar Latin *misculare — more at meddle Date: 1976 a mixture of young tender greens (as lettuces, arugula, and chicory); also a salad made with mesclun

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