Thai Basil

Fresh Meadow Farm


1 bunch

Thai basil, so named due to being a native of Southeast Asia, is a more anise-heavy variety of the western basils with which we are more familiar. As the name would imply, this basil is popular in Thai food as well as Vietnamese, Lao, and Cambodian cuisines. Whip up a Thai green curry; stir fry some delicious drunken noodles; serve fresh as a topping for pho.

Fresh Meadow Farm

Middletown, NY

Established in 2010, this family owned and operated farm grows certified organic vegetables and herbs grown in their rich black upstate NY dirt. They believe in local produce for local people, which ensures not only the health of their veggies since they are not traveling over huge distances degrading their quality, but also the health of those receiving the veggies. Local gut biomes flourish with local micronutirents from the surrounding soil, making your whole body run more efficiently. Taste the difference of local.

Rinse leaves well with water, pat dry any excess moisture, wrap in paper towel, and store in a tightly sealed reusable plastic bag in the fridge for up to 6 days.