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Benefits of Chives
51. Lemon chive rice
A rice recipe that can surprise you. Lemon chive rice contains as ingredients some of our top favorite and mosthealthy ones, as Curcumin (good against Alzheimers and neurodegenerative diseases), onions, rich in alliin thatonce digested will be converted in allicin, about which we already mentioned some health benefits and some others.
52. Healthy chives
Chives is not only used in cooking for the flavor, but also for the health aspects. It has some antiinflammatory properties as well as antibiotic properties. Research also hints at its anticancerous properties. Chives, research shows, can also fight prostate cancer. This vegetable is also effective for fighting salmonella.
53. Chives Basics
Chives are related to the garlic, leeks and onions and are native to Asia, North America and Europe. Its thought that Marco Polo tasted chives and brought them back home to Europe where they became popular.
54. Chives Nutritional Properties
Many chives nutritional properties is the fact that it also said to significant stimulate a persons appetite
55. Shopping Tip
Choose chives with a uniform green color. Avoid those with signs of wilting or browning. Store in a plastic bag in the refrigerator for up to one week. Rinse well before using to remove any dirt or debris.
56. Culinary arts
Chives are grown for their scapes, which are used for culinary purposes as a flavoring herb, and provide a somewhat milder flavor than those of other Allium species. The leaves are packed with other Bcomplex vitamins as well as some essential minerals such as copper, iron, manganese, zinc, and calcium.
The medicinal properties of chives are similar to those of garlic, but weaker; the faint effects in comparison with garlic are probably the main reason for their limited use as a medicinal herb. Chives are also rich in vitamins A and C, contain trace amounts of sulfur, and are rich in calcium and iron.
Chives are cultivated both for their culinary uses and their ornamental value; the violet flowers are often used in ornamental dry bouquets. Chives thrive in welldrained soil, rich in organic matter, with a pH of 67 and full sun. They can be grown from seed and mature in summer, or early the following spring.
59. Cultural importance
Chives have been cultivated in Europe since the Middle Ages (5th until the 15th centuries), although their usage dates back 5000 years.They were sometimes referred to as rush leeks (from the Greek schoinos meaning rush and prason meaning leek).
60. How To Grow Chives
Chives are easy to grow. They require full sun and will benefit from rich, moist soils. Keeping your chive plant snipped back will cut down on the dried, yellow stems from overtaking the entire clump. These are simply the chive leaves that have finished their growing cycle. Cutting them back will create a new batch of bright green leaves.
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