Latin Name: Dysphania ambrosioides
Description: A short-lived perennial Native to South and Central America, and, Mexico; The name, 'Epazote' is derived from the Indigenous Nahuatl language
Tasting Notes: Pungent; Licorice-like taste; Citrus and mint-like aroma
Usage: Used as a leaf vegetable; Pairs well with black beans and other Mexican culinary staples; Salads; Soups
Storage Instructions: Best when used within 7 days of procuring.