Posts Tagged ‘rosemary’

Edible Flowers – Not Just a Modern Food Trend

edible flowers

Edible flowers are not just a modern food trend. People have been using flowers in foods for millennia. Not only do they look pretty, but they are also tasty and nutritional too. Edible Flowers Add Nutritional Value: There has not been an extensive amount of studies done to date on edible flowers. But the research…

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Strawberry Rosemary Wine Slushies – Beat The Heat

Strawberry Rosemary Wine Slushies

Strawberry Rosemary Wine Slushies are a delightful way to beat the heat during summer. And they are so simple to make. Strawberries are loaded with heart-healthy antioxidants, especially vitamin C. The polyphenol compounds including the flavonoids that give them their red color as well as tannins and phenolic acids not only help the heart but…

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Sauteed Rosemary Beets – Easy Way to Prepare a Superfood

Sauteed Rosemary Beets

Rosemary beets (beets in particular) are high in fiber, vitamin C, potassium, and manganese. This healthy side dish keeps it simple with some fresh herbs and lemon juice. One cup (136 grams) of boiled beets (beetroot) contains fewer than 60 calories, while 3/4 cup (100 grams) of raw beets boasts the following nutrients: Calories: 43 Water: 88%…

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Parmesan Rosemary Radishes – Juicy & Lightly Sweet

Parmesan Rosemary Radishes

Parmesan Rosemary Radishes is about roasting root vegetables. Roasting root vegetables cause the natural sugars to caramelize resulting in a less bitter and slightly sweet taste. Caramelizing can help you “sell” strong-tasting vegetables like radishes to picky eaters. Once roasted, roasted radishes can be very addicting. Roasted radishes are juicy and lightly sweet with a…

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10 Ways to Use Fresh Rosemary That Are Super Easy

fresh rosemary bush

What is Fresh Rosemary Fresh Rosemary is recently cut clippings from the small evergreen shrub Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis). Rosemary is native to the Mediterranean region. It has dark green, needle-like leaves that have a resinous aroma. From late winter through spring, the plant displays blue flowers, which are edible. There are two growth types of…

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Rosemary Fermented Carrots – Helps Overall Health

fermented carrots

Fermented Carrots is not new. People have been fermenting foods for millennia, but we are just now realizing how it helps our digestive and overall health. Instead of taking a probiotic supplement, you can easily make your own tasty foods with loads of “good bacteria.” Where can you get the whey? From yogurt. It is…

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