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Category: Herbs


Cilantro, often called Chinese Parsley, was originated in the Mediterranean. It is common in Mexican, Caribbean and Asian dishes. In fact, no salsa is complete without Cilantro. Well, Cilantro has quite a distinctive taste, some say it’s soapy, while others say it is kind of “buggy”.

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You probably know why Basil is often called the King of herbs. One reason is because Basil is the one of most sought herbs in cooking. If you want a dash of kitchen magic, then the aroma and taste of Basil can instantly add that extra flavor to your dish.

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Rosemary has been around for centuries and has been one of the most valuable herbs around. It is famous for turning ordinary dishes into a gastronomic delight. Rosemary is widely used in Mediterranean cuisine.

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Evidently, Chamomile is one famous herb and flower plant. It is traditionally known as a tasty and relaxing tea. In fact, no traditional tea set is complete without Chamomile. Chamomile has also been used for medicinal purposes.

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Borage has fragrance and taste that resemble a cucumber. Most people only know this herb as a nice ingredient for salad, while others compare the Borage leaves to spinach. But Borage offers a lot more.

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