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Lemon Grass — 31 Comments

  1. I love lemongrass flavor.. I’ve not tried the fresh stuff yet, this is really helpful!

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    • The fresh stuff is amazing to cook with 🙂

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  2. Hi Tandy, lemon grass is excellent in a number of Indian curries as well. I have it in my cup of masala chai everyday. Enjoy your day

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    • Oh, I must try that!

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  4. I love lemongrass and ginger! They are so wonderfully good!

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    • I am on a ginger mission at present!

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  5. I’ve always wanted to cook using fresh lemongrass! And to use in some homemade thai curry–a cooking adventure I have yet to undertake. I’ll keep checking the international markets, and hopefully one will carry it!

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    • the bottled one is just as good if that is all you can find 🙂

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  6. I love the fresh flavor of lemongrass. thanks for this majorly informative post!

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    • my pleasure! I’m trying to comment on your salted caramel YUM but my playbook is not letting me!

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  7. I have heard of lemon grass and it sounds like such an exotic ingredient 😀

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • it is quite exotic CCU 🙂

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  8. I shall have to see if we can grow it here as, like Giovanna of Blue Jelly Beans, can´t find it in Spain. Funnily enough I treated myself to a massage yesterday and one of the oils used was Lemongrass and it was gorgeous!

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    • It is such a great essential oil to use! I have it in my kitchen for the summer months 🙂

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  9. I love lemon grass! I think I must try to grow it!

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    • it looks really easy to grow Pink 🙂

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  10. Oh, I love lemon grass! When I lived in Panama we used to drink the tea, and last December when I went back to Panama one of the things I asked for was a tea of lemon grass… delicious.
    Can’t find it here though 🙁

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    • That is a pity 🙁 But you can use lemon grass essential oil as a replacement, as long as it is organic 🙂

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  11. Thanks Tandy, very interesting.
    *hugs*

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    • hugs to you too 🙂

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  12. Thanks for the info, Tandy. I’ve only bought it in jars, bt i do love using it. Happy weekend to you. xx

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    • A friend of mine has loads of it growing in her garden of her new house so I am going to take some from her for our garden 🙂

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  13. Realising now how much I wanted to plant but haven’t as we still wait on the decision of whether we will be relocating to Namibia for 2 years. So frustrating only “half” gardening and planting.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • I know how you feel Mandy! When will you know whether or not you are going?

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      • Crossing fingers and toes here… in the next 8 weeks but who knows as it has been going on quite a while already. You can bet though that when “they” are happy, we will have to jump right to it and get cracking and rush over. Never a dull moment.

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        • that means you have to be very organized Mandy xox

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          • Always. 😀

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          • I am good at packing at a moments notice if you need help!

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  14. It grows well at my house. I love to take the thick stem and use it as a skewer for shrimp. Yum!

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    • oh, that is a great idea!

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