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Allium schoenoprasum

Chives have been used in food for almost 5,000 years! Chives shine in the kitchen, where they instill any food item with a strong onion flavor. While chives have a few medicinal uses, they are mostly used for culinary purposes all across the globe. People often mistake this pretty purple flower for a weed, when in fact it's one of the most widely respected herbs on record.

Best Culinary Uses: Potatoes, corn, peas, salads (chive flower), meats, fish, sauces, and many more! Chives suit almost every flavor except sweetness.

Refer to Health Disclaimer for instructions on use limitations.

Fun Fact: According to legend, chives were believed to be magical. It was believed that they could protect against spells and evil forces. For this reason, you could find chive bunches hanging on the front of every home.

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