Freshly picked selection:
Rosemary is originally from the Mediterranean but is now cultivated worldwide. It is a woody perennial shrub that has silvery green needles that can be consumed. Early on, it was used for medicinal purposes such as treating nervous system disorders and improving memory. Rosemary is highly aromatic and its leaves are used in cooking, oils, and cosmetics to name a few.
What do I look for?
Rosemary leaves should be green and somewhat flexible. The stem should be aromatic. Discard rosemary that has turned brown or black. Store in the refrigerator wrapped in damp paper towels.
Ways to Eat:
Rosemary is one of the most commonly found herbs. The ways to use it are endless. It can be used in salads, soups, casseroles, meats, fish, egg dishes, stuffings, and dressings.
If you love lamb, you know that lamb isn't the same without rosemary. This Roast Leg of Lamb with Rosemary is the perfect flavor combination.
This Lemon Rosemary Vegetable Stack is the perfect healthy meatless dish for a weeknight.
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“26 Impressive Benefits of Rosemary.” Organic Facts, https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/herbs-and-spices/rosemary.html.