What's in Season in January Herbs, Spices & Nuts
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Nutmeg: Nutmeg is primarily used from September to February as it is well-known for its autumnal and winter dishes. Its versatile effects can help to calm nerves, soothe stomach aches, and regulate sleep. Nutmeg has been used for centuries as a grated spice for both its healing properties and intense aroma. → all about nutmeg.
Parsley: One of the most popular herbs in the United States, parsley is known for its savoriness and nutritional value. It can be sold in two different variations: smooth or curly. Both versions of parsley are beneficial to our vision, bladder regulation, and cell production. Low in calorie and loaded with vitamin C, this herb is the healthiest when eaten raw. → all about parsley.
Walnuts: Packed with tons of vitamins, protein, essential fatty acids, and more, walnuts are a superfood that can help you look and feel your best. Walnuts are a wonderful way to spice up salads, vegetable dishes, and desserts: Just chop them and sprinkle them over the top, and they'll have more flavor and some valuable extra nutrients. → all about walnuts.