Herbs & Garlic

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Organic Cilantro - Bikeables

Organic Cilantro

by Fresh Produce
$2.29
Description

Sold by the bunch.

Origin: Ontario Local

About

Cilantro is also known as Chinese Parsley or Coriander, and is virtually used in every cuisine around the world. Cilantro's flavor can be described as a combination of parsley and citrus-like notes.

Uses
  • use cilantro with yogurt, cheese, tropical fruit, tomatoes, corn, potatoes, onions, chiles or in combination with fresh herbs
  • pair with meats, seafood, poultry, tofu and noodles
  • cilantro is a delicate herb, and should be kept dry and refrigerated until use
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Organic Garlic - Bikeables

Organic Garlic

by Fresh Produce
$1.39
Description

Sold by the head.

Origin: Local

Sourced from Backyard Harvest and Plan B Organic Farms.

About

All varieties of garlic possess antibiotic properties to some forms of bacteria, viruses and intestinal parasites. Plants in the garlic family lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and may also be used as a diuretic, an anti-inflammatory agent, an expectorant or a decongestant. Both garlic and onions contain allylic sulfides, which are being studied for their ability to help prevent certain types of cancer and coronary disease.

To store keep garlic in a cool dry place. Depending upon where it has come from and how long it has previously been stored conventional garlic will keep one to four months.

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    Organic Rosemary - Bikeables

    Organic Rosemary

    by Fresh Produce
    $2.99
    Description

    Sold by the bunch.

    Origin: Ontario Local

    About

    Highly aromatic and releases aromas of pine, menthol and pepper. Those aromatics translate directly into its flavor profile, making rosemary one of the most powerful stand alone herbs in the kitchen.

    Rosemary is a hearty, woody and oily herb that may be used fresh or dried.

    To store, keep cool and dry until ready to use.

    Uses
    • infuse oils, sauces and syrups with whole rosemary
    • pair with hearty stews, meats, fresh cheeses, breads, dried fruits, lame, game meats, poultry and root vegetables
    • add whole sprigs to grills or use longer branches as skewers for shrimp and vegetables