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Lavender is one of the most popular smells in human history. It has been celebrated around the world for over 2,500 years.

While culinary lavender has a more delicate flavour than it’s counterparts, it can be a helpful companion in the kitchen whether it’s for sweets or savoury dishes.
It’s associated with a vibrant blue - purple colour versus the grayish - purple colour.

Culinary lavender is cultivated from the “ Lavandula angustifolra plant “. It has less oil than the aromatic lavender used in lotions, soaps, sprays, perfumes, & candles.

Here are some of my favourites ways to use culinary lavender:

  • lavender salt rub on meat & poultry
  • mixing lavender into the popular “Herbes de Provence“ blueberry & lavender muffins
  • lemon lavender loaf
  • lavender shortbread
  • lavender lemonade
  • lavender tea

Culinary lavender

4oz jar

Culinary Lavender

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