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Frontier Natural Products, Whole Bay Leaf, 16 oz (453 g)

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Frontier Natural Products, Whole Bay Leaf, 16 oz (453 g)

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Frontier Natural Products, Whole Bay Leaf, 16 oz (453 g)

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  • Expiration Date: May 2020
  • Shipping Weight:
    5.16 lbs
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  • Product Code: FRO-00108
  • UPC Code: 089836001085
  • Package Quantity: 16 oz
  • Dimensions:
    11.5 x 10.5 x 6 in, 1.04 lbs
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  • Laurus Nobilis
  • Non-Irradiated
  • Kosher
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Bay leaf is an evergreen related to camphor and sassafras trees. It's also known as sweet bay and laurel. Enjoy its sweet, balsamic scent and bitter/spicy bite in gravies and grain dishes, with beans and meats, and in cooking blends like bouquet garni.

Suggested Use

Add one or two leaves are adequate flavoring for most dishes of six servings--add to water when stewing chicken or poaching fish, or while cooking soups, stews, or gravies. Bay leaf should be added early on, because it takes a while for its flavor to permeate the food. And be sure to remove the leaves before serving; they're sharp and can be dangerous if accidentally swallowed.

Bay perks up tomato sauces, pickles, meats, fish, and bean and grain dishes. It's a key ingredient in French and Mediterranean dishes, including French bouillabaisse and bouquet garni. Many cooks add several bay leaves to containers of stored grains and beans to repel grain beetles, and some homemakers add them to boxes of stored clothing to repel moths. Crafters sometimes use the leaves in potpourris and wreaths.

Warnings

Storage: If your bay leaves have turned grey, it's because they've lost their chlorophyll during storage. Replace them with fresh leaves, and store the new batch in airtight containers, away from light.

Disclaimer

While iHerb strives to ensure the accuracy of its product images and information, some manufacturing changes to packaging and/or ingredients may be pending update on our site. Although items may occasionally ship with alternate packaging, freshness is always guaranteed. We recommend that you read labels, warnings and directions of all products before use and not rely solely on the information provided by iHerb.
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The leaves were of good quality.

Posted by iHerb Customer on May 7 2017 | Verified Purchase

I throw in a few leaves into my rice as I read that they prevent rice weevils. I also line my kitchen cabinets with them. With such a big bag, I will be able to change the leaves once in 2 months.

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Whole bay leaf

Posted by iHerb Customer on December 11 2015 | Verified Purchase

Excellent product for stringing with dried apple & orange slices & cinnamon sticks.

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Super value

Posted by iHerb Customer on December 24 2014 | Verified Purchase

Very happy with purchase.

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huge bag

Posted by iHerb Customer on August 25 2013 | Verified Purchase

Am now looking for more recipes to use all of it

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Superb! Laurel - Sweet Bay and is Fresh!

Posted by iHerb Customer on February 16 2013 | Verified Purchase

Excellent choice-Kosher - extremely fresh and sweet- make an excellent tea- you really dont need an infuser- use fresh spring water that is pure- bottle spring water etc. run it thrugh the coffee maker- 'say 8 cups of water , per cup of water use 3 whole fresh leaf , drop a couple or 3 leaves in the filter holder- let it begin it's cycle , when there is a skiff of hot water in the bottom of the pot then drop in at least 3 whole fresh leaves per each cup of fresh pure water into the pot- 18 whole leaves - let the coffee maker run the 8 cups of water trough and over the say 4 whole leaves in the filter holder. Let it set and draw as they float on top of the water for at least an hour or loger- not to long because it will look pale but will become slightly bitter edged- stir gently 2=3 minutes leave it set and settle- then strain/ filter into a container / glass pitcher or jar etc. it is now fresh strained pure and ready to use - sweeten with your favorite 100% pure wild honey, only about 1 tea spoon per 6-8oz serving. I use CC Pollen Wild Honey "Fine Select Visionary Collected from the Sonoron Desert- Sonoron Desert Honey from iHerb.com it is super sweet and is slightly grainy but melts as smooth as any other honey- it will crystlize if you leave it for a very long period (don't get a chance to with me) however just put the jar in a hot water bath and in just a few minutes it will liquify. Excellent Honey also Very sweet I use 1 tea spoon per 11-12 oz serving of bay leaf tea. This tea is excellent antient used for many things but I use this mix for intestinal dietary and bile and the cecreations of other dietary juices vital for digestion and related issues even to sooth a sour stomach and for constipation etc.

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