Everything You Need To Know

About Mint

What is Mint

Being a native of Asia, Europe and North America, mint belongs to the Mentha genus family. Nowadays you can find mint all around the world and it's common to have a mint plant in summer. Mint spreads easily therefore it's usually planted in pots and not flowerbeds.

This aromatic herb is used widely in both fresh and dried form in many recipes including tea, salads and drinks. Its refreshing and strong flavor is one of a kind and can elevate flavors in many dishes.


If stored right, fresh mint can be refrigerated for up to a week. Here are my tips on how to store fresh mint:

1. Remove any wilted leaves and trim the thicker stems.

2. Place the mint in a sealable plastic bag and partially seal it, allowing the air to circulate.

3. Refrigerate for up to a week.

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