Today’s spice is Quassia
Quassia amara, also known as amargo, bitter-ash, bitter-wood, is a species in the genus Quassia, with some botanists treating it as the sole species in the genus. The genus was named after the […]
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Today’s herb is Parsley
Parsley is a flowering plant native to the Mediterranean. The two most common types are French curly-leaf and Italian flat-leaf.
Over the years, parsley has been used to treat conditions like high […]
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Today’s Herb is Oregano
Botanically known as Origanum vulgare, oregano is a flowering plant from the same family as mint. It is often used as an herb to flavour food.
Although it is native to Europe, it now […]
100-125g cup peanut butter
200g dark chocolate melted
2tsp coconut oil
Peel and slice bananas into a.5cm thick slices
Line a tray with baking paper
Put 1/2 teaspoon peanut butter on a banana slice and add another […]
Today’s herb is Nettle
Nettle, or stinging nettle, is a shrub that comes from northern Europe and Asia. Its scientific name is Urtica dioica.
It has been a staple in herbal medicine since ancient times. Ancient Egyptians […]
Today’s herb is Mint
Mint is the name for over a dozen plant species, including peppermint and spearmint, that belong to the genus Mentha.
While eating the plant offers some health benefits, research shows that several […]
Today’s herb is Lavender
Its name derives from the Latin root “lavare,” which literally means “to wash”. The earliest recorded use of lavender dates back to ancient Egypt. There, lavender oil played a role in the […]
From our resident Food Finder Krissy Billiczky
Today’s herb / plant is Kaffir Lime leaves
Kaffir or Makrut limes (Citrus hystrix) are different from regular limes in that they are very bitter with bumpy skin. In Thailand, the makrut […]