Aching love with lovage 

Aching love with lovage 

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Despite the obvious hint that the plant name gives us, it’s not supposed to bring us love but rather pain. According to the folk etymology, “lovage” is from “love-ache”, so it …

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Flour standards

Flour standards

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Since people came up with the brilliant idea of grinding grains, seeds and nuts with the help of stones, flour has become by far one of the most important ingredients in …

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All about our sorting options on Farmy website

All about our sorting options on Farmy website

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Shopping online is fast, easy and can suit your preferences. This is possible thanks to the filters on the Farmy website. Discover all our sorting options in this article. Welcome to …

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Good ol’ cherryade

Good ol’ cherryade

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Cherries are like people. They are sweet and sour. We tend to love sugary, plump, and juicy ones, but sourish varieties are also a part of our culinary heritage and they …

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The dew of the sea

The dew of the sea

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Rosemary is one of those plants whose name sounds very musical in Latin: Salvia rosmarinus. But not only does it sound nice, its meaning is also charming. Ros marinus means “dew …

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DIY Raspberry wine

DIY Raspberry wine

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Raspberries got their name from the raspise, which meant ‘a sweet rose-coloured wine’ and this couldn’t be more fitting for the refreshing wines that you can actually make at home. Ideally, …

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