Visiting an Organic Herb Garden in Hoi An, Vietnam

“There are 30,000 different herbs in the world and Vietnam grows about half of them,” exclaimed Ms. Vy, as she proceeded to portion out a mass of herbs to accompany our Vietnamese pancakes.

And that’s why, before her cooking class, she had us head out to a herb garden to see how they were grown.picking mixed salad fresh from the garden I don’t know the name of this herb but I do know it is good for the digestion.
Hoi An Herb Garden This freshly-picked mixed herb ‘salad’ probably contains mint, Thai basil, coriander leaves and other herbs in a mix peculiar to Vietnam.
Freshly-Picked Mixed Herb Salad in a Hoi An Herb Garden (Vietnam) Green onions and garlic chives were added to a number of Vietnamese dishes in our class.Herb Garden in Hoi An, Vietnam Herb Garden in Hoi An, Vietnam Thai Basil with its liquorice flavour is often used together with mint and cilantro. Once picked, store at room temperature; if it gets too cold the leaves turn black.
Thai Basil in a Herb Garden in Hoi An, Vietnam Watering all those herbs is done with a double watering can method or by hose.
Watering a Herb Garden in Hoi An, Vietname Watering a Herb Garden in Hoi An, Vietname Working in a Herb Garden in Hoi An, Vietname Eating all those herbs must be good for you, this old farmer is almost 100…
an old farmer at a Hoi An herb garden

This was all part of our Morning Glory Cooking School class with Ms. Vy.

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