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The colorful pigments turn pale in summer’s hot weather and are covered up by chlorophyll.
The addition of arugula, though, adds another element that only salad greens can bring — a peppery burst of chlorophyll that infuses the cocktail like a lantern after a convincing ride through the shaker.
The plant has gained traction for its richness in micro-nutrients, including chlorophyll and carotenoids, which give it its intense hue.
Since the 1950s the Chesapeake Bay has had a 10-fold increase in chlorophyll, an indicator of phytoplankton growth.
The peels of bananas are bright green in color until the chlorophyll inside the peel begins to break down.
Just as grass and leaves have chlorophyll to give them color, so do fruits.
Green peppers, with more chlorophyll, are less sweet.
Pour in the rainbow food coloring, edible dye and chlorophyll.
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