Sorrel has a wide variety of uses with its sharp and tangy taste. Commonly Sorrel is combined with other ingredients because of it’s unique flavour. It can be eaten raw in salads or cooked in soups, purees, and stuffing. It goes particularity well with fish and egg dishes. If fish isn’t your thing, add sorrel to roasted chicken or Spanish tortilla, or chop it up to serve with a simple goat’s cheese salad.
Good to know:
The name “sorrel’ derived from the French for ‘sour’, in reference to the plant’s characteristic acidity. Sorrel is commonly known by the Egyptians for their popular drink “Karkade” which is brewed for its numerous health benefits.
We know you're going to love our produce. But if for some reason it's not up to your standards, we would love to replace it with something that suits you.
We have several options for our customers:
1. Pick up in store. Pop in to your local urban farm to grab your goods!
2. Scheduled drop off.Regular Pure Roots consumer? Might make sense to have your produce dropped off on a weekly schedule. Contact your local farmer for more details!
3. Customer pick-up lockers.This is a great option for those who are able to swing by their Urban Farm but not always during working hours. Receive a access code to pick up your produce from your locker on your own time.