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Mint is a bright green herb with a strong refreshing aroma. The plant has firm stems with oval shaped, slightly serrated leaves varying in size. There are about 25-30 mint varieties. All mint varieties contain menthol (oil). Menthol gives a distinctive refreshing sensation.
Jan Mint available in January
Feb Mint available in February
Mar Mint available in March
Apr Mint available in April
May Mint available in May
Jun Mint available in June
Jul Mint available in July
Aug Mint available in August
Sept Mint available in September
Oct Mint available in October
Nov Mint available in November
Dec Mint available in December

Mint tips

How to cut Mint?

Rinse the mint and pat dry with a paper towel. Add the mint to boiling water to make mint tea, slice or rip it in pieces to use in a salad or use it in a warm recipe .Use the sprigs as decoration, on a dessert for example.

Preparation Tips

Always add mint when you have finished cooking.

Mint - Cook Mint - Bake Mint - Oven Mint - Microwave Mint - BBQ Mint - Salad Mint - Snack Mint - Wok Mint - Blender Mint - Fryer Mint - Drink
temp of Mint

How to store?

Mint is kept in the fridge. Perhaps wrapped in a moist paper towel.

  • Great as a tea
  • Delicious in Middle Eastern stews
  • Refreshing in a fruit salad.

Nutritional values per 100 g

49 Kcal
0.7 Fats
3.5 Fibers

Origin EAT ME Mint

Mint - EthiopiaEthiopia Mint - IsraelIsrael Mint - SpainSpain

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