Aromatic Herbs


Total net weight : 8 g

4,79 €

598,75 € / kg

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In the Middle Ages, chives were cultivated in the gardens of monasteries for their supposed anti-rheumatic properties. During the Renaissance, they found their way on to merchants’ stalls and thus made their entry into French cuisine. For a long time, chives, whose English name comes from the French word “cive”, were the aromatic herb of a single dish to which they gave their name, a stew called “civet”. From the same botanical family as garlic and shallots, chives have a much more refined aroma. Only the stems are eaten, finely chopped.
Net weight :
8 g
Gross weight :
150 g