Herbs

We searched the whole world to get the best herbs and spices to you.

But what exactly is the difference between herbs and spices?

Both terms are often used interchangeably, but if you want to put the icing on the cake:

The plants that are among the herbs are almost exclusively used for their chlorophyll and woodfree stems, such as thyme, oregano, peppermint etc. Generally herbs thrive in areas with a temperate climate.
Spices are a broad concept: sometimes a plant used for the flower buds (cloves for example), sometimes stamens (saffron), sometimes the seeds (mustard, caraway, coriander), but also the fruit, bark and rhizome. Most spices are from the tropics such as nutmeg, cloves and pepper.
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    Mainly used in fish dishes but also goes well with chicken, veal, cheese, cucumber and in salads, sauces and soups.

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    There would be no Mediterranean cuisine without basil. It refines and adds a special note to salads, sauces, meat and fish dishes. It tastes...

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    There would be no Mediterranean cuisine without basil. It refines and adds a special note to salads, sauces, meat and fish dishes. It tastes...

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    Stronger flavour than parsley; is delicious in white sauces and cream sauces. Can be used in almost any dish.

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    A fascinating flavour in soups, sauces and in game dishes, where the flavour is enhanced. Try adding it to quark or yoghurt.

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    Chives are delicious in salads and vinaigrettes. They are also delicious on boiled potatoes, in soups, sauces, dressings, with fish, crustaceans...

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    Coriander is related to parsley but the flavour of the leaves is much more intense. Warm, spicy and nutty. Turns ground beef, curries, sauces,...

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    Gives couscous, tajines, fish dishes and curry an authentic perfume that resembles a mixture of dried orange peel, cinnamon and nutmeg.

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