Organic Rosemary Whole
Our Organic Rosemary Whole are little needle like leaves on a sprig with a wonderful aroma and lemon, pine-like fragrance that will immediately set your mind on Mediterranean cuisine. Whole rosemary has a pungent fragrance that matches perfectly with many Italian dishes and pairs beautifully with bread, soups, seafood, roasts of all kinds, and sauces.
Using at home
Our all-natural whole rosemary with its memorable flavor and health benefits is an indispensable herb in your kitchen.
Rosemary is a delicious herb to flavor lamb and chicken dishes.
It works perfectly in tomato sauces, soups, and seafood dishes of all kinds.
Try grinding some and adding it to warm oil prior to sautéing veggies.
Add some into your next batch of scrambled eggs to spice up your morning.
Be sure to use a light hand when using rosemary; keep the powerful flavors and aromas in check.
How ever you choose to use our robustly flavorful rosemary, you taste buds won't be disappointed!
Mostly associated with good food and remembrance, rosemary can easily be associated with good health as well.
Known to have substances that are useful to stimulate the immune system, rosemary also is said to improve blood circulation and help with digestion.
There are those who believe that the blood circulation enhancing properties stimulates the blood flow to the brain which improves concentration.Benefits
In addition to its cultural and culinary significance rosemary has been linked to a host of health benefits.
Processed in our all-natural, gluten-free facility.History
Rosemary is a native to the area surrounding the Mediterranean Sea where it has long been a pivotal part of their food culture.
Rosemary takes its name from the Latin words rosmarinus officinalis meaning "Dew of the Sea." Legend has it that Rosemary was draped around the Greek goddess Aphrodite when she arose from the sea, hence the name.
Rosemary has long been associated with remembrance of those passed on. The universal tradition of laying sprigs of rosemary around coffins or tombstones dates back to ancient Egypt.
The Greek wore wreaths of rosemary around their heads to improve their memory when taking exams.
Though it has slowly become less romanticized the herb has continued global fame in the edible realm.
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