Fenugreek Sprouting Seeds 1oz - Edible Herb Plant/Microgreens
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Non-GMO, Open Pollinated. Heirloom Fenugreek Herb Garden Seed from True Leaf Market. Trigonella foenum-graecum. Fenugreek is a warm fast-maturing annual that's been used as an incense dating back to Ancient Egypt. Native to India and Africa and also called "Methi" Fenugreek can be made into medicine as an entirely edible plant. With green leaves and angular seeds that provide a cooked flavor similar to brown sugar, Fenugreek is a versatile and aromatic herb"providing culinary, health and microgreen benefits!
Non-GMO (Trigonella foenum-graecum) Open Pollinated Fenugreek plants grow as warm heirlooms. As annuals, herbaceous Fenugreek grows upright reaching 1-2" high. Once Fenugreek reaches maturity in either spring, summer or early fall, your plants will develop its bold and aromatic sweet flavor with small oblong-shaped leaves ranging from green-to-purple. As a fast-maturing herb, Fenugreek will continue to produce edible leaves throughout the season. Reap the medicinal benefits of "Methi" as it blooms bold purple flowers and begins to develop its angular tan-to-yellow seeds just before winter.
The heirloom seeds of Fenugreek are a staple ingredient in curries, as they provide a nutty and syrupy cooked flavor to savory dishes. Prior to being cooked, the angular tan-to-yellow seeds produce a more verdant flavor. Afterward, the non-GMO Fenugreek seeds develop a sweet and bold flavor similar to brown sugar! Ground Fenugreek seeds make a popular spice mix and are often added to tea.