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Bay Leaves- Tej Patta (50g)

Bay Leaves- Tej Patta (50g)

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Infuse your cooking with the aromatic magic of bay leaves.

  • (₹198 /100 g)
  • Net Quantity: 50g
  • Package: Paper Pouch
  • Shelf life: 12 months
  • Storage: Store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to maintain its quality.

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Infuse your cooking with the aromatic magic of bay leaves.

  • (₹198 /100 g)
  • Net Quantity: 50g
  • Package: Paper Pouch
  • Shelf life: 12 months
  • Storage: Store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to maintain its quality.

Enhance your culinary creations with Bay Leaf also known as Tej Patta.


Pure and Untouched: Our Bay Leaves are 100% natural, devoid of any additives or preservatives. Cultivated in regions known for their optimal growing conditions, each leaf embodies the true essence of this aromatic herb.

Freshness Unleashed: Grown in eco-friendly environments, our bay leaves are cultivated without the use of harmful chemicals or pesticides. The result is a product that not only enhances your recipes but also reflects our dedication to sustainable and environmentally conscious practices.

Handpicked Excellence: Our Bay Leaves undergo a meticulous selection process to ensure that only the finest and fully matured leaves find their way into your kitchen. 

Storage Guidance: To preserve the freshness and potency of our Bay Leaves, store them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This ensures that you can continue to enjoy the premium quality of our product in every culinary creation.

FAQ

Bay leaves have a subtle, herbal, and slightly floral flavor. They are not typically consumed but are added to dishes during cooking to infuse flavor.

While bay leaves are not usually eaten due to their tough and leathery texture, they are added to dishes during cooking to impart flavor. It's common practice to remove them before serving.

Yes, bay leaves are often referred to as laurel leaves. The botanical name for the bay laurel tree is Laurus nobilis.

Bay leaves are not commonly used in tea. However, some herbalists may use them for their potential health benefits. It's important to note that consuming large quantities can be toxic.

Bay leaves contain essential oils and compounds that may have potential health benefits:  Improves Digestion  Boosts Immune System  Protects Heart Health  Treats Respiratory Condition  Helps reduce stress and anxiety  Treats Diabetes

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