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Lemon Grass, Dried, Organic

Lemon Grass, Dried, Organic
 
At Home Farm Herbery each year we plant enough Lemon Grass for our favorite customers needs.  Lemon Grass is also known as Lemongrass, Barbed Wire Grass, Silky Heads, Citronella Grass, Camel's Hay or Cochin Grass and our Lemon Grass has a  pleasant, lemony taste and aroma with subtle with ginger undertones Ingredients: Lemon Grass Dried

Lemon Grass is used to add a citrus-like aroma and fresh ginger-like flavor to marinades for poultry and fish or as a flavoring for soups, stews, salads, and food dressings such as curries or marinades. Unless the Lemon Grass is minced and mixed into the food dish, it is best to add larger strips to the dish and then remove before serving, since it does not break up and disappear when cooking.  You can use it in Thai cuisine, rice, soups, curry, beef, salad, chicken, vegetables and stir fry and it is great when you add it to rice just before cooking.
 Lemongrass is also thought to have numerous health benefits, especially when used in combination with other Thai spices such as garlic, fresh chilies, and coriander. In fact, scientists are now studying Thailand's favorite soup: Tom Yum Kung, which contains all of these herbs and spices, with lemongrass as the key player. Tom Yum is thought to be capable of combating colds, flu, and even some cancers.
1 oz. Sampler   $4.95     all orders are shipped free and all orders come with a free herb or herb blend of our choice.  Please we will include a free recipe for Tom Yum Soup!
We thank you in advance for your purchase as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
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