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Using Fresh Basil
A herb garden is one of the best ways to practice your gardening skills. Basil is one of those great ingredients to have on hand that can freshen up a salad, add richness to a sauce, or even be muddled in a cocktail hello summer. Basil is a low growing herb that is happy in a large, deep pot. It's the star of many Italian dishes and is also very prominent in Vietnamese and Thai cooking. The most commonly used varietal of basil is sweet basil.
Southeast Asian dishes often use Thai Basil, which has notes of aniseed. You may also come across lemon, cinnamon, or purple basil! In a temperate climate like Sydney basil can be grown between September and December.
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If you're starting in September then plant undercover in seed trays and transplant to a pot or your garden from October onwards. When you transplant the basil make sure that the plants are inches apart or in their own container if you're planting in pots. Transfer to your dish or container and add in the cheese and salt. Cover and refrigerate.
It should last you about 2 days. One time my mother-in-law mistakenly bought cilantro instead of parsley for our Passover Seder, which was a welcome accident. It was used as an essential oil component of perfume in Ancient Greece and the Romans used it to mask the smell of rotten meat. Just as basil and tomato were made for each other, so are cilantro and avocado. I eat an avocado almost every day and always pair cilantro with it — for guacamole, salsa, avocado toast, as a topping on an omelet, frittata, sweet potato, tacos, salad — the list goes on and on. In a small bowl, combine the lemon juice, cumin, and remaining olive oil.
Pour the dressing over the vegetables and mix. Top with slices of avocado. The thing I love most about mint is how versatile it is. It can be used in salads, desserts, to give flavor to water or tea , and it goes very well with fruit. Cut the watermelon into cubes, or use a melon baller. Mix in the feta cheese, mint, and honey. I like to add a dash of honey to add a bit more sweetness, but this is purely optional. The salad is great on its own.
Place the salad in the refrigerator to cool and let the flavors marry. Basil would also pair nicely with this. Play around and see which combination you prefer.
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