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been known for over 5,000 years. Originally native to China, they
have been known chiefly as a culinary nicety. Chives taste like
sweet mild onions.
The flavor blends in with almost any dish
and the color enhances the presentation. Add to almost any
type of salad, soup, sauce, twice baked or au gratin potatoes,
omelets and fish.
Combine with shallots, cauliflower, corn,
tomato, peas, carrots, spinach poultry, fish, shellfish, veal, creamy
sauces, cheese, and eggs.
Surprisingly there has been no extensive folk remedies
from chives although they are said to aid digestion of fatty foods.
The Romanian gypsies used chives in their
fortune-telling rites and clumps of chives were suspended from ceilings
and bedposts to drive away diseases and evil influences....Does Count
Dracula come to mind?
information available at this time.
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|Percent values are based on a 2,000 calorie per day diet. Your daily values may differ.|