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Product Data Sheet
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Heracleum persicum Desf. Ex Fischer
These small seedpods are aromatic and slightly bitter and used widely as a spice in foods, pickle and traditional medicine
EU Organic Certified
Storage and shelf life
In 4 kg carton packages
intense and typical adore of Persian Hogweed
frangible and precieux
ellipsoid, light brown seeds surrounded by a thin yellow layer
Insoluble ash in water
hydrochloric acid insoluble ash
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes, humans can eat Persian hogweed, especially in culinary applications. It is commonly used in Middle Eastern cuisine as a seasoning in various dishes, particularly in stews and soups. However, it should be consumed in moderation and prepared correctly to avoid any potential risks.
Persian hogweed has a unique flavor profile that is slightly bitter, earthy, and reminiscent of celery. Its distinctive taste adds depth and complexity to dishes, making it a prized seasoning in Middle Eastern cooking.
Persian hogweed is native to Iran and the surrounding regions in the Middle East. It has been used in traditional Iranian cuisine for centuries.
Persian hogweed is an herbaceous plant with green leaves and small white flowers. The plant's appearance may vary slightly depending on the specific species and growing conditions.
Persian hogweed is primarily used as a seasoning in various dishes, especially in stews and soups. Its unique flavor enhances the taste of these dishes and adds a traditional Middle Eastern touch to the cuisine.