eSutras Organics, premium Poppy Seeds (Blue poppy seeds, Papaver somniferum) can be used to flavor noodles, breads, and bagels and to make poppy seed kolachi (a Czech pastry) and are produced by the same plant used to make opium.
Poppy Seed tastes great on breads and rolls, and added to vegetables and salad dressings.
Potent, Pure Dutch Blue Poppy seeds. Rare Find
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Availability date: 11/28/2012
|Botanical Name||Papavar somniferum|
|Ingredients||Blue Poppy Seeds|
Poppy seed has been cultivated for over 3,000 years. Blue poppy seeds have been used to enhance flavors of baked dishes for 400 years in central Europe, Iran and China.
The poppy plant is traditionally grown expressly for its calming properties.
Poppy seeds of culinary use have seeds that are very small in size, slate blue in color and are nut–like in flavor. Known for their nutty flavor, our blue poppy seeds also add a tinge of beautiful color to salads, baked desserts, bread or even as a decorative accent on ice cream!
Poppy Seed is used topically on breads and rolls, and added to vegetables and salad dressings. Turkish cuisine uses toasted Poppy Seeds, while Indian and Turkish spice blends rely on crushed Poppy Seeds for flavor and texture. The added bonus is that it adds rich iso–flavinoids to your food.
Poppy seeds contain very little opiate derivatives, largely due to the fact that the best quality seeds are obtained from dried, mature seed pods instead of unripe green pods. Be aware, however, that the rumor about poppy seeds is true—consuming a quantity of seeds shortly before taking a drug screening test can cause false-positive results.
Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration, and this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We at eSutras do not recommend internal use of supplements or herbs without prior consultation with your doctor or herbalist.
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