Can someone please explain to me what culinary lavender is and where I can find it?
A few recipes I've come across lately call for this and I'm not sure where to find it.
Culinary lavender is just dried lavender flowers, that were grown with the intent of them being eaten, rather than displayed or turned into perfume. Amazon has culinary lavender, as well as many lavender farms that have websites.
You want to know that the lavender used for cooking has not been treated with pesticides, been grown in an area that would have tainted ground water, etc. Growing your own for culinary purposes is easy. They do well in pots. The plants do not like wet feet so make sure the pot drains well and gets plenty of light. Hope we get to see your recipe!
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