You cook with spices. You use spices to bake. Did you know that spice helps to improve and help to heal any issues you might have? In ancient times, the herb has medicinal properties or benefits. You might want to think about the herbs that are sitting in your spice rack or in your cupboards such as oregano, thyme, mint, rosemary, etc. For example, I like to use rosemary for cooking.
Benefits of Rosemary:
Rosemary is good to help improve circulation, headache, irritation. It helps to improve memory, concentration, digestion, prevent the brain from aging, boost immunity, improve circulation, and encourage hair growth. Rosemary has a high amount of antioxidant. It helps to fight against free radicals.
In Europe, rosemary is known to aid in digestion.
Information on Rosemary:
Rosemary is a fragrant plant. It was originated in the Mediterranean. Rosemary is good for cooking dishes. This herb is a part of the mint family similar to oregano. This herb has nutritional value like iron, calcium, and vitamin B6. Rosemary is either in powder form is as a dried herb.
Things to Know:
It is a perennial plant. The plant last more than two years.
Things to be Careful Of:
A high amount of rosemary would cause problems like vomit, coma, and pulmonary edema. Be careful not to have too much of the herb.
Slow Cooker Pork Roast
1-2lb pork shoulder blade
2 medium potatoes
2 medium carrot
1 tbsp rosemary
1/2 tsp kosher salt
1/2 tsp pepper
- Spray the crockpot. Place pork shoulder blade in the pot.
- Sprinkle rosemary, kosher salt, and pepper all over the roast.
- Peel and chop carrot and potato in chunks. Add carrot and potato to the crockpot.
- Turn on crockpot on low for 2 1/2 – 3 1/2 hour.