This versatile herb is excellent with vegetables, rich pasta sauces and is traditionally paired with strongly flavoured meats like goat and lamb. Our tip? Don’t cook it for too long! This makes the dish slightly bitter.
Contributes to your perception, memory, mood, and energy levels (iron)
Assists in energy creation, digestion and muscle function (calcium)
Promotes healthy digestion and gut health (fibre)
Helps with heart function, energy creation and supports your mental and emotional state (vitamin B6 and B9)
What goes in.
Certified organic rosemary.
What's kept out.
Artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.
Did you know?
Did you know many commercial brands sneak unwelcome ingredients into their spices? Plant husks, cheaper seeds and other fillers are sometimes used to bulk up a spice, while industrial dyes and chromate may be added to amplify the colour.
Packed in India from multiple origins
Dried rosemary continues to release 'oils' that are responsible for its flavour over a long period. This can result in a dish that is completely overwhelmed by the herb’s flavour. In some cases, cooking rosemary for an excessively long time may make a dish slightly bitter.
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