Product of the Week – Oregano

Oregano

A dried herb with a distinctive, pungent, earthy flavour. Use it in Italian-inspired dishes like pasta, pizza, and tomato sauces, or to flavor vegetables and meats for grilling. ‪#‎organic‬ ‪#‎nongmo‬ ‪#‎oregano‬

 

Did you Know- Dill Weed

Dill weed does not come from a weed at all. Sandi Busch tells you all about dill in her article for SFGate. Dill weed actually comes from the culinary herb dill. ‪#‎dill‬ ‪#‎organic‬ ‪#‎gardening‬

dill weed
The dill plant is a culinary herb that produces yellow flowers and feathery leaves that are valued for their flavor, as well as their ornamental contribution to gardens.

Product of the Week – Dill Weed

 

An aromatic herb with a crisp, fresh flavor. Use it heartily on seafood, with potatoes, vegetables, salads, eggs, or add it to dips, dressings, sauces, and preserves.

Splendor Garden Dill Weed

Splendor Garden Dill Weed

Nutritional Benefits: Dill Weed is very low in Saturated Fat and Cholesterol. It is a good source of Thiamin, a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, and Manganese.

Rosemary – Did you know?

Product of the Week – Rosemary Whole

A highly aromatic and pungent dried herb. Use it in tomato sauces, marinades, stuffing, and to complement pork, lamb, poultry, roasted potatoes, vegetables, and beans. ‪#‎organicspices‬ ‪#‎glutenfree‬ ‪#‎nutfree‬

Did you know – Cardamom

 

Did you know that cardamom is one of the world’s most expensive spices, falling right behind saffron and vanilla beans? Also, it is indigenous to southwest India, and was exclusively cultivated there until relatively recently (around 1900). Thekitchn gives you many more interesting facts about the amazing spice.

Did you know – Ceylon Cinnamon

Ceylon Cinnamon which is also known as ‘true cinnamon‘ is one of the oldest spices and most popular spices, and has been used for millennia both for its flavoring and medicinal qualities. In ancient Egypt, it was used to fill body cavities of corpses as an embalming agent. In ancient Rome it was considered so valuable that the Emperor Nero burned a year’s supply on his wife’s funeral pyre as proof of his devotion to her. At GreenMedInfo.com they give you 6 excellent reasons why you should be eating more of the spice.