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Rosemary - 1 Bunch
Bright and piney, with a slight bitterness that goes well with veggies and meats. This robust herb should be chopped or rubbed.
Bright and piney, with a slight bitterness that goes well with veggies and meats. This robust herb should be chopped or rubbed. Rosemary's needlelike leaves release an aromatic blast of evergreen popular in Italian cooking. It makes potatoes roasted in olive oil a side dish to remember.
Rosemary is a good source of vitamin A and beta-carotene, as well as the minerals potassium and calcium. The volatile oils in Rosemary contain natural compounds like pinene and camphene, which are terpenes that give Rosemary its intense aroma, and other phytochemicals such as cineol. These compounds give Rosemary anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-microbial properties.
We strive to choose only organically grown or certified organic veggies and fruits from as close to home as possible. However, sometimes we are unable to find a local AND organic option, and in that event we may choose to offer a pesiticide-free local product from a farmer that uses integrated pest management on their crops. We target farms that put an emphasis on health, safety and the fair treatment of their employees, their animals and their farm. We have high standards, and so do our farms.
Simply wrap your rosemary sprigs in a damp paper towel and place it in a zip lock bag. Seal the bag and place it in the crisper of your refrigerator. This should keep it fresh for up to three weeks. Alternatively, you can place the wrapped rosemary inside a plastic storage container that you can reuse.