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Chives

Chives are native to Europe and are still grown there today. Methods of freeze-drying have been perfected in the commercial production arena. The resulting product is almost equal to fresh chives and they can be substituted in equal amounts when called for in a recipe.

"He who bears chives on his breath, is safe from being kissed to death." - Martial's Epigrams (80 AD)

Chives are the smallest member of the onion family and have a delicate flavor. They can be used as a substitute in any recipe that calls for chopped green onions and will produce a somewhat milder flavor. Try mixing them into soft cream cheese, sour cream, cottage cheese or butter to create a great bread spread. Of course they're always good on potatoes.

Purchase in bags:

1/4 oz.

bag

$2.35

1/2 oz.

bag

$3.55

1 oz.

bag

$5.95

Purchase in bottles:

Small glass
(net 0.07 oz)

$2.35

Medium glass
(net 0.15 oz)

$3.10

Large glass
(net 0.60 oz)

$5.35

Purchase bottle refills (in bags):

Small glass refill
(net 0.07 oz)

$1.30

Medium glass refill
(net 0.15 oz)

$2.05

Large glass refill
(net 0.60 oz)

$4.10

California has perfected methods for freeze-drying chives


“I just made your Jamaican Jerk marinade for pork kebobs that I grilled. It was outstanding. I usually stick to the recipe for the first time before I later adapt it to my own tastes. This time, I am not changing the recipe one bit. It's perfect as it is. Thanks.”

-Marie D. of Dickson City, PA