Fenugreek Whole Organic
Have you heard of Greek hay?
The ancient Romans first used fenugreek as animal feed in the form of fresh hay. They took the herb from the ancient Greeks and called it 'foenum-graecum' (Greek hay). It is a plant of the legume family. But Fenugreek had been cultivated longer before that. It is believed that it was first cultivated around 5000 years ago in present-day Iraq.
The properties of Fenugreek seeds
Genegrim has a spicy bitter taste. In high concentrations it gives a typical fenugreek or curry flavour to dishes. In low concentrations it gives a flavour similar to caramel or maple syrup. Fenugreek seeds are a rich source of protein, dietary fibre, B vitamins and dietary minerals, especially manganese and iron. Fenugreek seeds also contain flavonoids, alkaloids, saponin and coumarins. As a fiber Fenugreek seed supports digestion and thus has a beneficial effect on weight loss.
Use of Fenugreek
From Fenugreek, the seeds and leaves, both dried and fresh, are used in cooking. The seed of the plant, Fenugreek, is used as a spice and is best known as an ingredient in curry. Today, it is a typical Indian spice with its own special flavour. Fenugreek seeds are delicious in salads, vegetable dishes, on cakes, bread, meat and as a seasoning with cheese.
Where do I purchase fenugreek seeds?
You can buy fenugreek seeds at Vehgroshop of course. In our web shop you can order fenugreek seeds in quantities from small to big. Subscribe to our newsletter and don't miss out on any more fenugreek seeds offers.FALSE
|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Vitamins and Minerals||Iron, Manganese|
|Special Characteristics||BIO, Kiemarm|
|Country of cultivation||France|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||347 kcal / 1453 KJ|
|Saturated Fats||1 g|
(Translated from Dutch)