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Most commonly used in Europe, lovage belongs to the parsley family. The fresh leaves have a sharp, yeast-like and musky taste with a lemon and celery-like aroma. When the leaves are dried, the flavor is even more sharp.

Also known as sea parsley, the leaves and stem of the lovage plant add an intense celery-like flavour to soups, stews and stocks or pork and poultry dishes. (Epicentre)

Similar to other leafy herbs, lovage is high in vitamin C. Lovage has also been known as a medicinal herb for ailments including pain, inflammation, indigestion, joint pain and headaches. (Food Network)

Wrap the herbs in a damp paper towel and place in a resealable bag in the fridge for 3-5 days. You can also preserve herbs (read more)

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