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Cardamom is one of the world’s very ancient spices. It is native to the East.
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Aloe commanly known as Kumari or Kanya which means Virgrin Girl"
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Parsely
Parsely
Petroselinum crispum (curled parsley)
Petroselinum neapolitanum (Italian parsley)
Petroselinum sativum (Hamburg parsley)
Fam: Apiaceae formerly Umbelliferae
In recent years parsley has gotten a bad rap. It's considered the underwhelming herb — even being shunned as too pedestrian or old-fashioned for modern palates. There is little doubt the herb's reputation has suffered after the many years when sprig of parsley was the only herb used as a garnish, a single sprig at the side of the plate or chopped and sprinkled over smashed potatoes.
 

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There are three common varieties of this popular, bright green biennial: flat leaf (Italian), curly leaf, and parsnip rooted (Hamburg).
The curly type, Petroselinum crispum, is aptly named for the clean, fresh, crispy taste of the tightly bunched, bright green leaves. This crispiness is one of parsley's best attributes, adding texture and colour when added just before serving. This is the parsley that is the essential ingredient in the classic flavoring: bouquet garni, along with thyme and bay leaves. Together with tarragon, chives and chervil, parsley helps make up the traditional French flavoring blend of fine herbs. Chopped and added at the last moment, it perks up sauces and salads.
The second common variety of parsley, flat leafed or Italian parsley (Petroselinum neapolitanum) has a more delicate sawtoothed leaf pattern which does not hold up as well for garnishing. There is a third and much less familiar form of parsley called Hamburg parsley or Soup parsley (var. sativum). In this variety the root that is the star of the show. The leaves can be used but they are a bit too strong for most people's taste. Its flavor is a pungent cross between celery and parsley -- definitely tasty. It can be sliced raw and added to salads, or cooked and added to soups, stews, gratins, or vegetable purees.

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