These fancy, freeze-dried chives retain almost all the flavor and color of fresh chives, with the bonus of a much longer shelf life. They have an intensely savory aroma and flavor, ideal for stirring into cream sauces and eggs, or as a garnish to brighten up a finished dish.


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We don't deny that chives are are easy to grow and find in warm summer months, but it’s wonderful having these fancy chives available all year round. Chives blend nicely into with almost any dish, and their bright green color make a nice garnish. The process of freeze-drying has advanced to a such a level that flavor, color and texture are superb. Chives spice is great added to basically any type of soup or salad, as well as twice baked or au gratin potatoes, fish or omelets.

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