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Tuberous Chervil


La Légumière, the specialist of Breton and seasonal vegetables !

Shape and external appearance


Forms small swollen cones.

Properties


Caliber


From 4 to 6 cm in length.

Scientific and botanical name


Chaerophyllum bulbosum (family Apiaceae) Other names: Bulbous chervil, bulbous chervil, bulbous cherophyllum, sand truffle.

Coloring


Exterior color gray-brown, flesh whitish to pale yellow.

Origin & Culture


The culture of chervil is very delicate. Sowing is done at the beginning of March, weeding and harvesting are then done by hand. After harvesting in July, the chervil is stored in the cold for two months before being marketed. This cold period is necessary for the development of the sweet taste which characterizes it.

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Preparation advice


Can be eaten cooked: in the oven, in the frying pan or fried after peeling, or in water. Excellent partner of all game and white meats. To be tested raw, without the skin.

Texture


Home preservation


Store in a temperate place or in the bottom of the refrigerator.

Flavor


Chervil tuberous combines the taste of chestnut with the flavor of potato

The seasonality of the product


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Our recipes based on this product


Nous n'avons pas encore de recettes pour ce produit.

Packaging available for this product


Colis carton, Colis bois, Barquette

The seasonality of the product


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Janvier (1)

Février (2)

Mars (3)

Avril (4)

Mai (5)

Août (8)

Septembre (9)

Octobre (10)

Novembre (11)

Décembre (12)

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Laurent, Ronan and Frédéric Méar

Producers for La Légumière


Laurent, Ronan and Frédéric Méar have been producing vegetables for La Légumière for many years. The cultivation of Breton vegetables no longer holds any secrets for these three brothers.