List of Likes: 7 Culinary Products for the Herbal Foodie
Stock your culinary nest with these seven herbal indulgences.
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Herb jars with caddy by Bambeco, $31. Store harvested herbs in these stylish stoneware canisters. Each jar features an herbal illustration and a natural cork that locks in flavor.
Herb cubes by Dorot, $2.49 to $2.99. Keep these Dorot cubes in your freezer for cooking convenience—just pop them into sauces, soups and other recipes that call for fresh herbs. Try parsley, dill, ginger and more.
Peach + Mint Jam by Sallie’s Greatest Jams, $9. Start the morning off right by spreading this farm-fresh jam on toast. Its sweet, peachy flavors complement the bite of peppermint leaves.
Ginger spice cookies by Jovial, $4.39. Snack on ginger- and cinnamon-infused shortbread cookies made with einkorn, a wheat variety that packs 3 grams of protein each.
Olive oil and balsamic vinegar by Mia’s Kitchen, $12.99 each. This pair of kitchen staples is rich in flavor and made with all-natural ingredients. Use as a drizzle over salads or as a dip for crusty bread.
Herbal chocolate bars by New Tree, $6.75. Find peace in your busy life with New Tree chocolate. The thyme and dark chocolate blend packs a crisp and healthy punch with flaxseed and quinoa. Also try lavender.
Toasted Sesame with Flax by Selina Naturally, $4.69. Season foods with a punch of salty flavor. This grinder’s blend is low in sodium and offers the benefits of freshly ground flaxseed, an herb rich in fiber and omega-3 fatty acids.