Re:Do you find these two plant profiles in the database?
- My favourite source for in depth info on culinary herbs and spices is
the wonderful Gernot Katzer, he has both
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>it is a double "t" not a double "l"
> Hi Pedro
> Bom dia!
> did I say it right?
> Anyway.. I notice you have the cardamom genus name misspelled..
> So that might help.. also, PFAF has a wonderful database (thoughI must agree - I can't find it either), but you can find cardamom on
many sites if you do a search.
>past 5 minutes..
> I found a decent general description on these two pages in the
>http://www.himalayahealthcare.com/aboutayurveda/cahe.htm (scroll down
> and an ayurvedic site here
a bit) - there is a pretty detailed description of original habitat
if you click on the line which says "Click here to view detailed
>there is a lot of crappy information on the internet - even on sites
> So, I'm not going to tell you one is better than the other, but
which look as if they know what they're saying. You would be best
advised to get a second or third opinion and/or to look up your
plants in an official publication. In other words, use a source you
>of Azorean natives and descendants (including Almeidas) - it could
> Good luck,
> PS - I live in Bermuda, where we have a 12% (or more) population
even be I have met someone you know. I'm told most of the people who
moved here came from Sao Miguel.
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