The Rosemary’s odors can vary depending on how it’s packaged, whether it’s freshly grown or processed as an essential oil. Nonetheless, you’ll probably get the feeling that it smells like pine and mint mixed.
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The nuances can only be discerned when the two oils are mixed together. That’s why so many people on the internet are surprised when it reminds them of Eucalyptus oil.
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It’s a hearty, woody, and oily herb that can be used fresh or dried. Whole rosemary is used to make oils, sauces, and syrups. Pair with hearty stews, meats, fresh cheeses, bread, dried fruits, lame, game meats, poultry, and root vegetables. Make whole sprigs or use longer branches as skewers for shrimp and vegetables. To store, keep cool and dry until ready to use. For a milder taste and a more delicate texture, use Rosemary blossoms as an alternative to the herb’s leaves. Rosemary blossoms do not stand up to direct heat and can be used as a finishing herb in either sweet or savory dishes. Rosemary Blossoms complement lamb and pork (especially when grilled), white beans, garlic, onions, tomatoes, anchovies, olive oil, lemon, apples, pear, lavender, and thyme Rosemary skewers are no different than rosemary, except that they can be used for skewering meats, fish, and vegetables as their name suggests.
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On roasted vegetables, use to flavor meat, especially lamb and pork.
Flowers can be used in salads.
Steep sprigs in oil or vinegar.
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According to scientific studies, rosemary oil can help with several common and persistent health problems, including hair loss, liver function, elevated cortisol levels, anxiety, cognitive function, and memory problems such as Alzheimer’s and dementia.
According to studies, rosemary can help combat many forms of cancer, including colon, pancreatic, prostate, ovarian, cervical, bladder, and lung cancers.