About Fennel is an aromatic vegetable related to carrots and celery. The seeds are probably most recognizable - they are the defining flavor of Italian sausage. Many people compare the flavor to anise. We harvest fennel before it goes to seed, and the entire thing is edible: the stalk is a delicious vegetable and the … Continue reading Fennel
About Sage is a perennial herb that adds a hearty flavor to any dish. It may be most familiar as the flavor of breakfast sausage, but it's also great with mushrooms, squash, dark leafy greens, soups, stews, and more. Storage Store sage in an unsealed bag in the fridge for up to a week. (If … Continue reading Sage
About The leaves and flowers are edible. Leaves and flowers are great for garnishing drinks and middle eastern dishes like tabbouleh. Storage Keep mint in the fridge in a glass of water, like cut flowers. Or, hang it upside down in a place with good air flow. When it’s dry, remove and crush the leaves … Continue reading Mint
Looks like parsley but easily distinguished by smell. About Related to celery and parsley, cilantro is very fresh, herbaceous, and great with any cuisine, especially spicy food. The leaves, stems, and dried seeds (known as coriander) are all edible. Storage Keep cilantro in the fridge in a glass of water, like cut flowers. Or, hang … Continue reading Cilantro
About The most common type of basil is Italian, but you can also get Thai, Cinnamon, Spicy, or Purple Basil. The leaves, flowers and stems are all edible. Leaves and flowers are great for garnishing, and all parts are good for pesto. Fresh basil is sensitive, so use it as soon as you can. Fortunately, … Continue reading Basil
This great green spread can be enjoyed on pizza, pasta, with crackers, chips, veggies, or by the spoonful!