The seeds are edible, and they pack a nutritional punch of magnesium, calcium, and fiber. Thai Basil is most often used fresh or cooked and is a popular ingredient in Southeast Asian cuisines. It's well-suited for infusing flavor into broths and soups, from traditional Vietnamese Pho.
Supplied fresh every morning.
Country of Origin: Thailand
Storage: store basil for up to 1 week in the refrigerator. Leave it in its original container or rinse the leaves, roll them up in paper towels, and place them in a resealable bag for up to about 3 days.
Weight: approx. 50g