Scientific name: Urtica dioica
Origin: Europa, N Africa, Asia and N America
Medicinal use: The greater nettle is also a powerful purifier, both of the blood and of the whole organism. Nettles are used as a textile fiber and as food, since once cooked they lose their stinging power and have a pleasant taste. They are eaten as a vegetable, in tortilla soup, pizza.
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EggplantCulinary Garden ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
₡1,900.00SKU: 0310 Category: Culinary Garden
Scientific name: Solanum melongena
Origin: S Asia
Medicinal use: The consumption of eggplant is recommended after a brief cooking and with its skin properly washed previously, since it is in this last part of the eggplant where antioxidants and fiber are found in greater proportions. We can include eggplant in a sauté, a sauce, an omelette, a vegetarian curry or, in a tasty salad. Eggplant is a very low-calorie vegetable because it has more than 90% water.
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CeleryCulinary Garden ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
₡1,900.00SKU: 0165 Category: Culinary Garden
Scientific name: Apium graveolens
Medicinal use:Celeriac root can be used raw or cooked. Celeriac meat is tough and compact and off-white. Celeriac has a mild flavor and is often used as a flavoring in soups and stews, although it is increasingly being used on its own, usually pureed, or in stews, gratins, and baked dishes. In any case, celery is very positive in the human diet due to its high content of dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals, in addition to being considered a good diuretic due to the high percentage of water.
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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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ApazoteCulinary Garden ₡1,900.00 Read more
₡1,900.00SKU: 0160 Category: Culinary Garden
Scientific name: Dysphania ambrosioides
Origin: S Mexico
Medicinal use:In Mexican gastronomy it is used in many dishes, such as corn and esquites, black beans, in some seafood soups such as chilpachole de jaiba, within a wide variety of broths, It is commonly believed that it prevents flatulence caused by consumption of beans. To be used in food, its flowers are removed and it is used as a condiment, adding a deep flavor, with bitter nuances and very aromatic, which is why it is used in moderation.
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