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We sell bulk rosemary or, smaller quantities for every day use. Our rosemary leaves are fragrant, full flavored, and freshly dried!

The scent of rosemary is particularly uplifting and is a common ingredient in potpourri. It has been symbolic of friendship, love, and marriage for hundreds of years. Rosemary is a mild antidepressant, which is why it can be used for lightening the spirits. A rosemary tea can be made adding two teaspoons of dried rosemary to a cup of boiling water and allowing it to steep.

 

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4 oz. Whole Rosemary Leaves

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About the Rosemary Plant:

 

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Rosemary is an exceptionally fragrant plant, which produces extremely delicate, purple to white flowers. The leaves of the rosemary plant (Rosmarinus officinalis) are long, slender, dark green and extremely fragrant. The fresh leaves of these evergreen plants are a light color on the bottom and slightly sticky; a powerfully scented and flavored resin coats them.

The rosemary plant is a semi-hardwood native of the Mediterranean that can grow four to six feet tall. Its Latin name, Rosmarinus, means "dew of the sea", presumably because rosemary likes to grow by the sea. The plant has been burned as incense for thousands of years; today it is also widely used in food and beauty products such as popular shampoos, facial washes and perfumes.

 

Use of Rosemary:

Humans have consumed rosemary at least since Egyptian times; it has a strong and robust flavor that should be used sparingly. Today, the herb is particularly important in Southern Mediterranean and French cooking. The leaves have a strong, somewhat antiseptic scent. Its flavor is reminiscent of a sweet pine. Rosemary is extraordinarily tasty on roasted or grilled foods; it is also commonly combined with vegetables, roasted chicken, lamb, fish, added to soups, sauces, stuffing, and marinades. The fresh leaves of this plant can easily be saved for use later by drying, or freezing them.

Other Uses of Rosemary:

Rosemary also is widely used in beauty products such as popular shampoos, facial washes and perfumes. Try making strong rosemary tea to use as a hair rinse, or to add to shampoos and conditioners. Soaking rosemary leaves in ordinary rubbing alcohol for several days will make a concentrated rosemary scent. Remove the leaves; if alcohol has partials in it, the mixture will need to be run through a coffee filter. Then, simple allow the alcohol to evaporate, and a potent rosemary scent will have been created.

To make rosemary-scented soap, add the above described concentrated rosemary scent too melted Neutrogena soap (or similar soap) and allow cooling in desired mold shapes. Try adding a few whole leaves to the mold before the soap cools to add a decorative touch.

The rosemary plant has also been used for its many medical properties since ancient times. It is most well-known as a mild antidepressant.

 

 

 

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Rosemary Recipes:
Rosemary Bean Salad:

Mix together one and 1/4 pounds canned white beans (cannelloni), one teaspoon diced red pepper, and one teaspoon finely minced rosemary. Marinated for a least one hour in a mixture of two tablespoons red wine vinegar, a dash of salt, a dash of fresh ground white pepper, one small clove of finely minced garlic whisked with six tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil. Serve cold.

Baked Garlic with Rosemary:

Put three whole heads of garlic in an oven and stove top safe container; add a generous cup a red wine, and a sprig of both thyme and rosemary. Bring to a boil and bake at 350° for 30 min. The garlic can be eaten with meats, or on nice, crusty bread as an appetizer.



 

Rosemary Cooking Hints:

-Use rosemary sparely

-Its flavor goes well with garlic, red wine, and roasted foods

-Rosemary is especially good on chicken

-Grind, or crush rosemary before use



 

Growing Rosemary:

 

This herb is sensitive to cold weather. In cool climates, rosemary must be brought indoors before freezing temperatures occur. It prefers ample sunshine and well-drained, sandy, and dry soil. The fragrant and delicate rosemary flowers bloom from spring to late summer.

For more information on Growing Rosemary visit http://www.garden-helper.com

Health benefits of Rosemary
 

Rosemary is antimicrobial, antispasmodic, and is a strong antioxidant containing more than a dozen antioxidant compounds.

 

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