The tender bulbous
end of lemon grass is often thinly sliced and added to dishes, lending a
wonderfully pungent flavor. The more fibrous and coarse green end of the lemon
grass is often used for its flavoring, but it does not disintegrate and
disappear when cooking, so it is best removed from a dish before serving.
Lemon grass is
delicious when used in Asian or Thai dishes, and can be sliced, chopped or
crushed for stronger flavor. It is used in soups, stews, and tea.
Melissa's Lemon Grass is
hand picked for excellent quality.