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Buy Mountains - Poland

Also known as livèche or maggi grass, l'ache des montagnes is a condiment with flavours similar to celery. It can be used to decorate an omelette or to delicately enhance your meat or fish.

Food pairing: Omelettes, potatoes, vegetables, lamb, white fish, simmered dishes...

Dosage: Sprinkle sparingly on your dishes

Packaging: 40g resealable bag - preservation of flavours.

Origin - Plantations : Poland

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  • What does it buy from the mountains?

    The mountain purchase, also called Lovage is a perennial plant from the Apiaceae family (Apiaceae). This perpetual mountain celery grows at an altitude of 1800 m in the Pyrenees, the Alps, the mountains of Central Europe and the Caucasus. Despite its gustatory and nutritional qualities, it is still (too) little used in France. I wanted to introduce her to you so that you could discover what she can bring to your kitchen.

    Particularity of the livèche

    The mountain purchase is a herbaceous condiment plant renowned for its robustness. It is recognizable by its size, which can reach up to 2 m in height, and its dark green leaves, similar to those of celery. Its flowers are yellow and collected in 10 to 20 umbels forming an umbel. It should be noted that the seeds of this plant are edible

    The harvest of the mountain purchase

    The flowering period of this perpetual celery is between June and August. The purchase of wild Mountains is harvested at altitude, but it can also be grown in the garden. To develop, it will need a semi-shaded exposure and a fresh and humid soil all year round. Planting takes place in the fall or spring. The leaves will be harvested one year after sowing.

    The purchase of mountains is mainly cultivated for its leaves. However, the seeds are also edible. To be able to harvest them, it will be necessary to wait for the flowering. Once planted, the seeds allow the roots to be grown. However, it will be necessary to wait 3 years after sowing to be able to carry out the first harvest of mountain roots.

    David Vanille's Choice: I have chosen to offer you the Ache des Montagnes de Pologne for its taste qualities. Its dried leaves develop celery aromas. Used sparingly, it delicately perfumes simple and rustic dishes


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    The origins of the mountain purchase

    The mountain purchase is a plant cultivated since ancient times. It is the ancestor of celery and raves. It originated in the far reaches of Persia. It was also part of the offerings brought during the coronation of Cyrus II, in the Life century B.C.

    Mention is made of the purchase of the Mountains in the Capitular of Villis (8th / 4th century AD) as a vegetable plant recommended by Charlemagne, particularly at the Abbey of St. Gallen (located in eastern Switzerland)

    Customs around the purchase

    Common in the Middle Ages, this plant has long been used for:

    - Decorate: the drawing of its leaves was found on the buildings built during the ogival period, between the 12th and 16th centuries, as well as on the coats of arms.

    - Reward: In Greece, the winners of the Isthmic Games were crowned with reeds. These games, created in 580 BC, were celebrated in honour of the God Poseidon. They are considered to be the ancestors of our Olympic Games.

    - Celebrate a funeral rite: The purchase plant is the symbol of youth in all its beauty. It was used in funeral ceremonies where it symbolized access to eternal youth

    Other uses of the mountain purchase

    Lovage also has therapeutic properties. The roots and hollow stems are then used to prepare herbal teas and other decoctions for purchase. It is used for its active properties on:

    - Digestive
    problems - Nervous disorders (sedative, anticonvulsant)
    - Sore throat
    - Vitamin C
    deficiencies - Immune system disorders (antibacterial and anti-inflammatory)
    - Menstrual
    problems - Psoriasis
    - Migraines

    Purchasing is a plant commonly used by Germans and Swiss, who consume it as a herbal tea or use the essential oil of purchasing as a remedy for various ailments. It should be noted that being a diuretic, it is not recommended for people with kidney disease to consume it in too large quantities.

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    How to use the Polish mountain purchase in cooking?

    The mountain purchase I propose to you is of Polish origin and presented in its dried form. It is also possible to consume the seeds present in the stems.

    It is used in cooking to flavour savoury dishes. It is found in recipes from Eastern European countries such as potato salads, salad dressings and omelettes. It also works wonders in a stew or stew.

    Lovage or grass in Maggi, also goes well with meat and especially meatloaves. It goes perfectly with tomatoes and enhances the flavour of white fish and soups.

    Some also use it as a pesto to be enjoyed on toast or with breadsticks. It is excellent with cherry tomatoes or dried tomatoes.

    Its freshness will enhance your fish dishes, whether they have been baked or brandaded. Chef Thibault Sombardier used it in his Blanc de St Pierre fried, small leeks, shell juice and mountain purchases.

    Did you know that? Mountain ache is an aromatic plant very often used in Moldova and Bulgaria to cook lamb. It is particularly present in the recipe of the traditional Bulgarian dish: Drob Sarma


    Our recipe ideas with the purchase

    Would you like to discover the flavours of the purchase? I have chosen to offer you a complete menu consisting of simple and tasty recipes based on Maggi herbs

    The starter: Chicken and mountain ache soup

    The ache is a condiment that goes perfectly with vegetables. In this recipe, it is combined with chicken broth and potatoes until a flavoured velvety texture is obtained. This soup can be eaten hot or cold. Ideal for an express and healthy evening meal.

    The dish: Cod with livers

    The celery flavour brought by the ache brings freshness and taste to white fish and more particularly to cod. Here, the fish will simply be placed on a bed of cooked onions flavoured with vegetable broth and garlic. All that remains is to sprinkle it with the purchase before putting it in the oven. To preserve all the aromas, I advise you to cook with a choke or in a papillote.

    Dessert: Tomato juice and ache straw

    Since the purchase tastes like celery, it can be used as an original alternative. In tomato juice, its stems will be found in sticks or the thickest hollow branches will be used as straw. Ideally, the juice will be made with fresh tomatoes and served in glasses previously placed in the refrigerator for 1 hour. The straws will have time to infuse and diffuse their aromas

    How to preserve the purchase of mountains?

    To preserve all the aromas developed by this condiment, it is advisable to store it in an airtight container. The fresh leaves will be harvested before flowering. The leaves must be dried before being ground to powder. The seeds should also be stored in a sealed container and can be used in the kitchen to prepare marinades or flavoured oils.

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