Definitions for "Lemon Grass"
Keywords:  thai, fragrance, flavour, impart, grass
Essential to Thai cooking, lemon grass has long, thin, gray-green leaves with a sour-lemon flavor and fragrance. Lemon grass is available fresh or dried in Asian (particularly Thai) grocery stores and is used to make tea, soups and other dishes.
Growing as big stalks, lemon grass is vital in Thai cooking. Remove the outer leaves and use only approximately 20 cm of the lower part of the stem. The lemon-scent is best obtained by slicing it finely.
A herb with a lemon flavour and odour, used as flavouring.
Cymbopogon citratus The essential oil of this plant is uplifting and improves alertness. It can reduce inflammation, tone the skin and balance the nervous system. Products Found In: Goat Milk / Oat Soap
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