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Lovage (100g)

Product Description

Description/Taste:
Lovage is a robust herb known for its strong celery-like flavor and aroma. It features large, dark green leaves that resemble those of celery, attached to thick stalks. The leaves are slightly bitter, with an earthy taste that is richer and more intense than celery. Lovage is also notable for its small, yellow-green flowers that bloom in umbels, similar to those of other plants in the Apiaceae family.

Seasons/Availability:
Lovage is typically in season from early spring through late autumn. It thrives in cooler climates and can be harvested throughout its growing season as long as the plants are maintained properly.

Uses & Flavour Pairings:
Lovage's intense flavor makes it a versatile herb in the kitchen. It can be used in soups, stews, and stocks to add depth, or chopped fresh into salads for a punchy, aromatic note. Lovage pairs well with potatoes, tomatoes, and proteins like poultry and fish. Its leaves can also be used to flavor vinegars and oils, while the roots are edible and often cooked similarly to parsnips or carrots.

Nutritional Information & Allergens:
Lovage is a good source of vitamins A and C, which help boost immunity and improve skin health. It also contains dietary fiber, iron, and magnesium. The herb is naturally free from common allergens.

Preparation and Storage:
To prepare lovage, wash the leaves thoroughly and chop them as desired. Due to its strong flavor, it is often used sparingly in cooking. Lovage can be stored in the refrigerator, wrapped in a damp paper towel and placed in a plastic bag, for up to a week. Alternatively, it can be frozen or dried for longer storage.

History:
Native to Southern Europe and parts of Asia, lovage has been cultivated since ancient times for its medicinal and culinary uses. It was widely used in the Roman Empire and has been a staple in European kitchens for centuries. Lovage was traditionally used to aid digestion and as a remedy for ailments such as sore throats and joint pains.

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