That’s right, the flavor of today is the infamous stinging nettle. I’m sure some are wondering how in the world to taste a stinging nettle without suffering some horrible ramifications.
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Crunchy little seeds, that pop when you chew them and taste like toasted onion, nigella sativa are an exotic addition to my morning breakfast.
Aaaah, inhaling freshly sliced lemongrass. It is a balm to the soul; bright and refreshing. (recipe)
Tannins are naturally occurring polyphenol compounds that play an important role in the growth and health of many plants.
Salty and earthy, with a smooth yet hearty texture, the kalamata olive is one of my favorite kinds of olive; especially if it is traditionally, rather than conventionally, prepared.
"For colic, many herbalists recommend a combination of dill and fennel, both herbs contain stomach-soothing oils." ~J.A. Duke
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