Available year-round, epazote has a peak season in winter. Its other common names are Mexican Tea and Wormseed.Epazote can be poisonous if consumed in large quantities but is well known as a digestive and carminative.
Used traditionally in Mexican and Latin American cuisine, Epazote may be used in sauces, soups and as a fresh green.
Pair Epazote with tomatillo, tomato, onions, fresh chile, meat, poultry and seafood.
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