Scientific name: Ocimum basilicum
Medicinal use:Also known as sweet basil, this variety of basil stands out for its pleasant flavor. Although it is used in many preparations, it is a main ingredient in Ligurian cuisine and its classic pesto, the traditional sauce that accompanies pasta.
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Cilantro, VietnameseCulinary Garden ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
₡1,900.00SKU: 0655 Category: Culinary Garden
Scientific name: Persicaria odorata
Origin: SE Asia
Medicinal use:The leaf is closely identified with the gastronomy of Vietnam, where it is eaten raw in salad (including chicken salad) and in raw rolls. In Cambodian gastronomy, the leaf is called chi krasang tomhom and is used to prepare soups, stews, salads and Cambodian rolls
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Sorrel, Red veinedCulinary Garden ₡1,700.00 Add to cart
Sorrel, Red veined
₡1,700.00Category: Culinary Garden
Scientific name: Rumex sanguineus
Origin: Europe and N Iran
Medicinal use: It is a very simple and unpretentious perennial whose leaves can be eaten fresh in salad or blanched like spinach. Its flavor is much milder than that of common sorrel or vinegar.
Basil, AmericanCulinary Garden ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
₡1,900.00SKU: 0090 Category: Culinary Garden
Scientific name: Ocimum americanum
Origin: Tropical Old world
Medicinal use: It is a very common ingredient in Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine, due to its strong flavor similar to anise (Pimpinella anisum); It is used to flavor curries and sauteed vegetables. They are used as a condiment to flavor salads and pasta and pizzas typical of Italian cuisine. They also flavor fish and meat-based roasts, sauces, croquettes, meatballs, and even vegetable patés.
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Chives, GarlicCulinary Garden ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
₡1,900.00SKU: 0505 Category: Culinary Garden
Scientific name: Allium tuberosum
Origin: China, Japan and India
Medicinal use:It is a vegetable related to the onion. It is grown and used as a substitute for garlic and onion in cooking and is known as “Maroi nakupi”. The flavor is more like garlic chives. The chopped flowers and leaves are usually sprinkled in salads, sandwiches and stews in general. It is delicious for making compound butters and cream cheese.
58 in stock