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Synonyms for herb

a plant lacking a permanent woody stem

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Never yet was any man able to stand so much as a taste of the herb I gave you; you must be spell-proof; surely you can be none other than the bold hero Ulysses, who Mercury always said would come here some day with his ship while on his way home from Troy; so be it then; sheathe your sword and let us go to bed, that we may make friends and learn to trust each other.'
"A good thing it is," answered Sancho, "to know those herbs, for to my thinking it will be needful some day to put that knowledge into practice."
Lautanen-Raleigh says, "My favorite aspect of herb use is cooking with herbs, and this program is a fun and easy way to introduce individuals to using herbs in cooking."
My basil grows front and center in my herb garden nestled in my mom's iron kettle.
Synopsis: The herbs in showcases in "The Kew Gardener's Guide to Growing Herbs" by Holly Farrell provide flavors and scents unlike any other.
The Herb Society is a national charity which aims to increase the understanding and use of herbs for health and well-being; provide information, knowledge and news on all aspects of herbs; bring together all those with an interest in herbs, from the amateur to the professional; and provides a worldwide forum for the exchange of ideas and information.
"I subscribed to Herb Companion magazine and my husband, kids and I began visiting herb farms when we traveled."
Now's the moment to decide how much space you have to devote to a herb garden, where it needs to be situated and what plants are needed.
From the rarest of medicinal herbs from Nepal to the choicest of dry fruits from Afghanistan, you name it and you will find it all here at the 173-year-old Munnalal Dawasaz in the Afzal Gunj area of the Old City.
Either way, each wheel segment should have a different herb, but remember to label each section.
In contrast, Lacuesta chose to write about one herb, tanglad (lemongrass), a flavoring and aromatic ingredient that her mother taught her to use for tinolang manok (stewed chicken): It is the 'aroma we look for, what adds another level to our appreciation and anticipation of a meal.'
Fresh herbs are one of nature's best low-cal flavor sources.