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Fenugreek is used as an [[herb]] (dried or fresh leaves), [[spice]] (seeds), and vegetable (fresh leaves, [[sprouting|sprout]]s, and [[microgreens]]). [[Sotolon]] is the chemical responsible for fenugreek's distinctive sweet smell.
 
Fenugreek is used as an [[herb]] (dried or fresh leaves), [[spice]] (seeds), and vegetable (fresh leaves, [[sprouting|sprout]]s, and [[microgreens]]). [[Sotolon]] is the chemical responsible for fenugreek's distinctive sweet smell.
   
[[Cuboid]]-shaped, yellow-to-amber colored fenugreek seeds are frequently encountered in the [[cuisine]]s of the [[Indian subcontinent]], used both whole and powdered in the preparation of [[Indian pickle|pickles]], vegetable dishes, [[daal]]s, and spice mixes such as [[panch phoron]] and [[Sambar (dish)|sambar]] powder. They are often roasted to reduce bitterness and enhance flavor.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/fenugreek | title = Fenugreek recipes | publisher = BBC Food}}</ref>
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[[Cuboid]]-shaped, yellow-to-amber colored fenugreek seeds are frequently encountered in the [[cuisine]]s of the [[Indian subcontinent]], used both whole and powdered in the preparation of [[Indian pickle|pickles]], vegetable dishes, [[daal]]s, and spice mixes such as [[panch phoron]] and [[Sambar (dish)|sambar]] powder. They are often roasted to reduce bitterness and enhance flavor.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/fenugreek | title = Fenugreek recipes | publisher = BBC Food}}</ref> Alternatively they may be sprouted; the resultant sprouts either cooked or eaten raw.
   
 
Fresh fenugreek leaves are an ingredient in some Indian curries. Sprouted seeds and microgreens are used in salads. When harvested as microgreens, fenugreek is known as Samudra Methi in Maharashtra, especially in and around Mumbai, where it is often grown near the sea in the sandy tracts, hence the name ([[Samudra]], "ocean" in [[Sanskrit]]).<ref>{{cite web|title=How to Series: Growing Methi (Fenugreek)|url=http://fenugreeklove.wordpress.com/2009/11/16/growing-methi-fenugreek/|work=A blog called "Fenugreek Love"|accessdate=2 March 2011}}</ref> ''[[Samudra Methi]]'' is also grown in dry river beds in the [[Gangetic plain]]s. When sold as a vegetable in India the young plants are harvested with their roots still attached and sold in small bundles in the markets and [[bazaar]]s. Any remaining soil is washed off to extend their [[shelf life]].
 
Fresh fenugreek leaves are an ingredient in some Indian curries. Sprouted seeds and microgreens are used in salads. When harvested as microgreens, fenugreek is known as Samudra Methi in Maharashtra, especially in and around Mumbai, where it is often grown near the sea in the sandy tracts, hence the name ([[Samudra]], "ocean" in [[Sanskrit]]).<ref>{{cite web|title=How to Series: Growing Methi (Fenugreek)|url=http://fenugreeklove.wordpress.com/2009/11/16/growing-methi-fenugreek/|work=A blog called "Fenugreek Love"|accessdate=2 March 2011}}</ref> ''[[Samudra Methi]]'' is also grown in dry river beds in the [[Gangetic plain]]s. When sold as a vegetable in India the young plants are harvested with their roots still attached and sold in small bundles in the markets and [[bazaar]]s. Any remaining soil is washed off to extend their [[shelf life]].
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 06:51:01 PM
Status: Reported
Monday, the 7th of April 2014 at 04:37:18 PM #94039
Anonymous (anonymous)

Fenugreek sprouts are popular, it seemed appropriate to mention them in section dedicated to cuisine.

Monday, the 7th of April 2014 at 04:40:21 PM #94041
Anonymous (anonymous)

Added mention of fenugreek sprouts. These are popular amongst raw food aficionados

Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 06:51:01 PM #101745
Bradley (anonymous)

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