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Peppermint, Crushed

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Nearly arctic in taste as it chills the mouth and soothes the senses with its sweet but strong flavor. Peppermint is an herb reaching back to antiquity that’s been used in both cooking and medicine.

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Peppermint is arguably the matriarch of the mint family, which is a bit odd as peppermint is technically a hybrid of spearmint and watermint. Peppermint escaped into the wild millenniums ago and now grows wild in North America and Europe, though it needs to grow close to its parent species, as it cannot reproduce with other peppermint plants.

Peppermint has a penetrating flavor and cooling effect that is widely used in sauces for lamb and game, and is often steeped in cream and milk for various desserts. It is most often paired with chocolate. In addition, gums, candies, and liquors have been infused with mint since mankind first learned to cook.

This particular mint is still used in modern and home medicine, as it has been since civilization began. It has known properties to treat or alleviate the discomfort of indigestion, nausea, and abdominal pain.

Additional Info
Recommended ApplicationsCommonly used in herbal tea, mint jelly, as a seasoning for fruit and vegetables, Crushed Peppermint is a commonly used and versatile ingredient. Other great additions include oven roasted potatoes, candied carrots, grain salads, or stuffings for vegetables and poultry.
Basic PreparationReady to use as is, no preparation required.
CuisineAfrican, American, Asian, Chinese, European, Middle Eastern, North African, Turkish
Product StyleCrushed
Taste & AromaPungent, Sweet
Shelf Life2 years
Handling / StorageTo be stored in a dry, cool place.
QualitiesAll Natural, Gluten-Free, Kosher Parve, Non-GMO
Country of OriginEgypt
Dietary NotesNo


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