Did you know … Herbs de Provence

Did you know … Herbs De Provence

Have you ever wondered when to use Herbs de Provence? The The Huffington Post has many uses for the wonderful blend of herbs and spices. ‪#‎herbsdeprovence‬ ‪#‎frenchcooking‬ ‪#‎tasteoffrance‬

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This is why people love French food. (Well, this and because of all the butter.)

Did you know … Greek Seasoning

Did you ever want to create your own salad dressing? An easy way to make your own salad dressing is to take equal amounts of olive oil and vinegar and add some Splendor Garden Greek Seasoning, and whisk all ingredients together. This also makes a nice marinate for chicken or pork. If you love lemon add a squirt of lemon as well.


Greek Seasoning

Did you know – Garlic Salt

Did you know – Garlic Salt

LIVESTRONG states you can reduce blood pressure and cholesterol by using garlic salt. ‪#‎organicgarlicsalt‬ ‪#‎lesssalt‬ ‪#‎lowerbloodpressure‬

Garlic, the bulb taken from the root of the garlic plant, is a common medicinal supplement and a flavor enhancer in food. Easily accessible and cheap, you can incorporate garlic and garlic salt into sauces, soups, salads and other dishes, or…

Did you know – Garlic Pepper Blend

Did you know – Garlic Pepper Blend

On the wiseGEEK site they suggest using Garlic Pepper in things like spaghetti sauce or, if you like your garlic bread on the spicy side, garlic pepper can provide an extra bit of heat, though the sugar may mellow out the flavor slightly. ‪#‎organicgarlicpepper‬ ‪#‎lesssalt‬ ‪#‎italiancooking‬

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Slow roasting with these two flavors can impart tons of taste to a dish that might otherwise seem plain. Garlic peppers with other seasonings may be terrific in salad dressings, in marinades, and to season soups or stews that are lacking in flavor. You’ll find various types near the other spices in your local grocery store, and it’s worth trying a few to see which ones work best with the dishes you enjoy cooking.

Dehydrated Apples

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That’s right!!! We are still doing apples!

This week we did dehydrated apples and they turned out fabulous. We sliced the apples (8 cups sliced) and then we mixed stevia with some Ceylon Cinnamon (1 cup stevia, 3 TBS Ceylon cinnamon) and we sprinkled it onto the sliced apples and tossed them in a bowl. (Adjust the stevia according to the apples you are using. Our apples were very tart)

Then we simply laid them out on the dehydrator and left it do its thing. We didn’t lay them out single either, that

would  tak
e way to long, we just spread them out reasonably well.

Garlic Herb Seasoning – Did you know?

Garlic Herb Seasoning – Did you know?
According to Medical News Today Garlic has been used all over the world for thousands of years. Records indicate that garlic was in use when the Giza pyramids were built, about five thousand years ago. What better way to get more garlic into your diet than with Splendor Garden brand Garlic Herb Seasoning! ‪


Garlic: Health Benefits Examined

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Garlic (Allium sativum), a herb used widely as a flavoring in cooking, has also been used as a medicine throughout ancient and modern history to prevent and treat a wide range of conditions and diseases.

Garlic belongs to the onion genus Allium, and is closely related to the onion, rakkyo, chive, leek, and shallot. It has been used by humans for thousands of years and was used in Ancient Egypt for both culinary purposes and its therapeutic benefits.

Garlic for food and medicine – a brief history
Garlic has been used all over the world for thousands of years. Records indicate that garlic was in use when the Giza pyramids were built, about five thousand years ago.

Richard S. Rivlin wrote in the Journal of Nutrition1 that the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates (circa. 460-370 BC), known today as “the father of Western medicine”, prescribed garlic for a wide range of conditions and illnesses. Hippocrates promoted the use of garlic for treating respiratory problems, parasites, poor digestion and fatigue. READ MORE