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Lemon Balm Organic Powder is a must for every good cooks pantry. Order yours today.


Lemon Balm Organic Powder

 


Our Home Farm Herbery organic Lemon Balm Powder has a delicate lemon flavor, and can be used in many dishes. The lemon balm powder can be added to a dish to add a lemony zest to sweet or tangy dishes. It combines well with allspice, bay leaves, mint, pepper, rosemary and thyme.

For best results with cooking with lemon balm powder is that it should be added at the end of cooking. They are less potent if you add them during the cooking process.

Lemon Balm Powder is a wonderful addition to fruit juices, herb butters, fruit drinks, and sorbets. It can also be used in many egg dishes, custards, a variety of soups and casseroles. Lemon Balm makes a great addition for stuffing for poultry, lamb or pork. Its subtle flavor is a perfect for sauces and marinades for fish. Lemon Balm Powder combines well with many spices including chervil, pepper, thyme, and parsley.

Lemon balm Powder is often used as a flavoring in ice cream and herbal teas, both hot and iced, often in combination with other herbs such as spearmint. It is also frequently paired with fruit dishes or candies. It can be used in fish dishes and is the key ingredient in lemon balm pesto. It has been suggested that it might be a better, healthier preservative than beta hydroxy acid in sausages

1 oz package for $5.98 plus we pay for the shipping and include a free herb or herb blend of our choice.  Buy today!

 

We thank you for your purchase as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.


 
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