Rosemary Whole

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Rosemary is a member of the mint family as much at home growing near the forest or sea as it is residing in your pantry.

The flavor of whole rosemary blossoms when added to grilled or roasted foods, especially chicken, lamb, potatoes, eggs and tomato-based soups and stews.

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information at a glance

approximate cups to one pound13
active compoundsFlavonoids, Rosmarinic acid, Diterpenes, Volatile oil, Rosmaricine, Tannins
plant part usedleaves

buying & keeping

general guidelines and tips

storage tipsKeep in a cool, dark place in a container with a tight-fitting lid.
appearance & aromaGreen needles with a resinous aroma.


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cosmeticBrew strong tea for use in cosmetics for hair and skin.
culinaryAdd flavor to grilled and roasted meats and vegetables.
aromaticAdd to potpourri, herbal sachets and pillows.

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rosemary leaves

The pungent and piney flavor goes well with most other aromatic culinary herbs.

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what else you should know

rosemary leaves

Rosemary, also known as compass weed and polar plant, is an evergreen, woody herb in the mint family that is original to the Mediterranean region and now widely cultivated elsewhere. Its name is derived from the Latin words ros and marinus, which combine to mean “dew of the sea.”

In cooking, rosemary is used to flavor grilled, roasted and braised meats and vegetables. It is also baked into olive oil breads and flatbreads, including focaccia. Combined with caramelized onion and balsamic vinegar, rosemary adds a distinctive taste to a jam-like chutney traditionally served with roast beef.

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