Why Organic Herbs Offer More for Taste and Health

Organic Herb and Using It in Filling on Bread
Photo Courtesy of Green Garden

Herbs are wonderful when cooking to really help flavor dishes. At the same time, they also have a variety of health benefits that depend on the herb that you use. Fresh herbs maintain the most flavor and their health properties by contrast to the common dried herbs that most probably have in our kitchens. However, organic herbs may be wiser alternatives for contributing the best health effects as well as intensified flavor. Given this, let me tell you why the ones I sampled from Green Garden should be in your future.

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated.  Opinions are solely mine. **

Unlike regular commercial dried herbs, the kind from Green Garden (a Litehouse, Inc. brand) is USDA certified organic. This classification distinguishes them from the hoard of those other dried herbs because of strict restrictions against using GMOs, pesticides, the type of seed used, risky chemical additives to man-made anti-caking agents. As a result, you are guaranteed that specific herbs still have their medicinal qualities still intact.

Being better for what it can do for your health, you also have to appreciate the Green Garden herbs go through freeze-drying, which enables them to add that fresher flavor once combined with moisture from water or released when cooking meats, vegetables, oils, etc.

Yet, you may be thinking organic herbs are far more costly than conventional ones. The Green Garden brand may be slightly more such as an average of about $5.99 or about the same depending on the brand and where you shop, but I think peace of mind and maximizing flavor through fresher herbs in dried form is well worth it.

Green Garden sent me these herbs in this line with Basil, Chives and Thyme. They also have Dill, Oregano, Parsley, Garlic, and Ginger, which I will be adding to my seasoning collection. Check this company’s website to learn where to buy because you’ll love them.


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