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elecampane☣

Originally from Asia, the elecampane was a solid component of every farm garden in earlier times. Already in the fourth century, the Roman cook Apicius wrote in his recipe collection called De re coquinaria that this plant is a necessity in every household: “So that nothing is missing when seasoning.” Elecampane belongs to the asteraceae family and prefers to grow in moist meadows and fields. Its aromatic roots taste slightly bitter and exude a pleasant fragrance.

Originally from Asia, the elecampane was a solid component of every farm garden in earlier times. Already in the fourth century, the Roman cook Apicius wrote in his recipe collection called De re coquinaria that this plant is a necessity in every household: “So that nothing is missing when seasoning.” Elecampane belongs to the asteraceae family and prefers to grow in moist meadows and fields. Its aromatic roots taste slightly bitter and exude a pleasant fragrance.