Splendor Garden Spice of the Week: Sage

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Sage is SPLENDOR GARDEN’S spice of the week.

One of the most fragrant herbs, sage is native to the Mediterranean. It shines in stuffings, meat and poultry dishes, sausage, Italian cuisine and as a delicious tea.

To learn more about sage, visit Splendor Garden’s information page about sage, and don’t forget to like our page on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!

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Splendor Garden: Radiation-Free

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Splendor Garden spices are never irradiated, so they may be consumed safely and without health risks and loss of quality and flavor associated with food irradiation. According to the Organic Consumers Association, “irradiation is proven to deplete the nutritional character of food and creates unique chemical poisons in food that pose great long-term health risks to consumers.”

You may read more about food irradiation in this article published by the Organic Consumers Association.

 

Rosemary: Splendor Garden Spice of the Week

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Fragrant rosemary shines in meat and poultry dishes, sauces, with vegetables and in breads, and in stuffings and stews. Much of its flavor comes from the essential oil camphor found in its leaves.

For tips and a Q & A about organic herbs and spices visit our website at www.splendorgarden.com, and don’t forget to like our Facebook page! Read more about rosemary at Splendor Garden’s information page.

The information and reference guides are intended solely for the general information for the reader. The contents of this page are not intended to offer personal medical advice, diagnose health problems or for treatment purposes. It is not a substitute for medical care provided by a licensed and qualified health professional. Please consult your health care provider for any advice on medications.

Pepper: Splendor Garden’s Spice of the Week

Black pepper is SPLENDOR GARDEN’S spice of the week.

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Black pepper, known as the “master spice,” is the most long-lasting of spices. It is made from mature but unripe peppercorns, which are dried to give the classic pepper taste.

To learn more about black pepper, visit Splendor Garden’s information page about pepper, and don’t forget to like our Facebook page!

The information and reference guides are intended solely for the general information for the reader. The contents of this page are not intended to offer personal medical advice, diagnose health problems or for treatment purposes. It is not a substitute for medical care provided by a licensed and qualified health professional. Please consult your health care provider for any advice on medications.

Parsley: The Jewel of Herbs

Parsley Jewel of Herbs

According to famous chef Albert Stockli, parsley is “the jewel of herbs, both in the pot and on the plate.”

Learn more about parsley by visiting the Splendor Garden parsley page for all those interested in making their meals deliciously spicier!

 

Parsley: Herb of the Week

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Parsley is SPLENDOR GARDEN’S spice of the week.
Parsley is the world’s favorite herb, and has been cultivated for over 2,000 years. More than freshening breath and garnishing plates, it adds fresh flavor to savory dishes.

For tips and a Q & A about organic herbs and spices visit our website at www.splendorgarden.com, and don’t forget to like our Facebook page!

The information and reference guides are intended solely for the general information for the reader. The contents of this page are not intended to offer personal medical advice, diagnose health problems or for treatment purposes. It is not a substitute for medical care provided by a licensed and qualified health professional. Please consult your health care provider for any advice on medications.