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Chives, Garlic


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This amazing herb is a favorite with our staff.  It's combination of sweet garlic and chive flavors combine with a freshness which invites you to try all kinds of new things in the kitchen.  Your friends will think you're cooking skills are much higher than perhaps they actually are because of these little wonders.

Nutritional Benefits

According to Dr. Axe

Although most people associate chives as a simple garnish for baked potatoes, egg dishes and salads, there are so many more potential benefits and uses of this versatile vegetable. In fact, like other veggies in the same family, they are packed with important nutrients and health-promoting compounds that have been shown to fight cancer cell growth, protect against chronic disease, boost immunity and more.

Are chives green onions? How do you eat fresh chives, and how can they impact your health?

  1. Boost Bone Strength
  2. Contain Cancer-Fighting Compounds
  3. Reduce Inflammation
  4. Aid in Disease Prevention
  5. Good Source of Choline
  • Recipes coming soon...
Proper Storage

If you have time, you may wish to wash your herbs before storing them using a salad spinner and icy cold water. Then after blotting dry, trim the stems of you herbs a bit before placing them in a quart container with 1-2 inches of water in the bottom.  Then cover the container with a plastic bag and rubber band the bag closed on to the quart container.  Finally place it in your refrigerator standing up until ready to use.

If you don’t have room for the quart container standing in your refrigerator, you can place your herbs in a sealed bag with an ever so slightly dampened paper towel to help keep them from drying out. You will keep your herbs in the refrigerator ideally where they will not get smashed or forgotten about.  When stored properly, your herbs should keep for 1 to 3 weeks.

Herbs commonly have rather delicate leaves that contain moisture which helps them keep then crisp and tasty.  If exposed to the conditioned air circulating in the refrigerator, it will dehydrate your herbs and cause them to wither and become limp.  The best methods to keep them fresh and crisp is to help them retain their moisture without laying in water which causes them to rot quicker.

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