What is the herb Amla?

Answer The Amla is a fruit-bearing tree that produces what is sometimes called Indian Gooseberry. All parts of the tree, including fruit, seeds, leaves, root, bark and flowers are used for a variety of co... Read More »

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Does the herb rosemary grow better then the herb thyme?

well that depends, if you have a shady spot were you want to grow herbs rosemary would be easier, thyme likes sun lite.

As a finishing touch of marinade for Lamb Chop, is it better a melted garlic herb butter or garlic herb oil?

I would say either one, depending on the cut of the chop, if it was a ribs rack chop the butter, if it is a loin or shoulder chop the oil as these have more fat and are generally thicker cut chops,... Read More »

Is a culinary herb and a medicinal herb the same?

Not necessarily, they can be ,but some medicinal herbs are not culinary, and some culinary are not medicinal.Culinary - means an herb used in cooking to enhance or flavour a dish.Medicinal - means ... Read More »

What does amla mean?

Amla, also called amlaka or emblic, is the fruit of Phyllanthus emblica, the Indian gooseberry. The plant's sour, fibrous berries are popular in India. Asiatic medicine uses amla to prevent scurvy ... Read More »