Bay leaf

Hey, team.

Today we are diving into the world of bay leaves! Bay leaves are indigenous to the bordering countries of the Mediterranean. They are known to have a bitter taste. They are usually cooked whole (intact) with a dish (such as a stew) and then removed. Victorious Greek athletes would adorn a crown of bay leaves in ancient times. The crown was known as the Laurel Leaf Crown or Laurel Leaf Wreath. Enjoy clicking around.

Intro and history

How to grow

Pub Med search

What does it look like

Bay leaf nutrition info

Bay leaf recipe

Bay leaf Amazon search

On the next episode: bergamot!

Cheers!

-Wheeler

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