|Origin||Coastal areas in Europe|
|Usage||Fish, crustaceans/ scallops, use blanched|
|Culture||Socially responsible culture with biological crop protection|
|Availability||April to November|
|Storage||Up to 10 days at 2-4°C|
Taste and usage
The smell of the leaves, when raw, slightly resembles furniture polish, however, the true (asparagus-like) flavour appears after blanching. The plants is also said to have a diuretic effect, to cleanse toxins and improve digestion.
A plant found from the beaches of the Black Sea to the coast of the North Atlantic ocean. Also found on mediterranean coastline, but is a protected species under threat of extinction.
Availability and storage
Sea Fennel is available from April to November and can easily be stored for up to ten days at a temperature of 2-4°C.
Produced in a socially responsible culture, Sea Fennel meets the hygienic kitchen standards. The product is ready to use, since it is grown clean and hygienically. Sea Fennel is, as all the Koppert Cress cresses and specialties, produced according to the SQF 2000 guidelines.
All products are available at the fruit and vegetable wholesalers. View www.koppertcress.com for more information.
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