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Wild about saffron

Ellen Szita

Wild about saffron

a contemporary guide to an ancient spice

by Ellen Szita

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Published by Saffron Rose in Daly City, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cookery (Saffron),
  • Saffron (Spice),
  • Saffron crocus

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 93-96).

    StatementEllen Szita ; illustrated by Dolores Szita.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX819.S24 S95 1987
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL478733M
    LC Control Number98205025
    OCLC/WorldCa18732871

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It probably descends from the eastern Mediterranean autumn-flowering Crocus cartwrightianus which is also known as "wild saffron" and originated in Crete or Central Asia. thomasii and C. pallasii are other possible sources. As a genetically monomorphic clone, it slowly propagated.

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The number of local farmers producing saffron is increasing – it used to be widely grown in the south of France but phylloxera wiped it out early in the last century – so it is good to see that it is being produced once more. Harvesting is an incredibly fiddly job for the safranieres, and it has to be done on the morning the crocuses flower; this will be from the beginning of October.

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The Saffron Kitchen is the story of Maryam, an Iranian woman married and living in England for /5(). The cultivated saffron (saffron crocus C. sativus) flowers in the autumn and comes up every year, so it is known as a perennial does not grow wild, and is now a triploid form of the eastern Mediterranean plant called Crocus cartwrightianus.

It is thought that C. cartwrightianus came from Crete. The saffron crocus resulted when C. cartwrightianus was subjected to a lot of artificial. Two of these studies, used 30 mg of saffron a day in 6-week trials.

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Saffron worked far better than the placebo, having a benefit comparable with Prozac. [3,4] The studies just mentioned used saffron made from the flower stigma. This is the website of UK based design consultant Iain Claridge serving both as a showase for projects and as a journal for random morsels of ocular delight, news, views, obsessions & expressions, for your inspiration & delectation.

About me & this site». The history of saffron growing reaches back more than 3, years. The wild plant from which the saffron crocus came was called Crocus began choosing wild plants that had long "stigmas". Gradually, a form of C. cartwrightianus, C. sativus, came into being in the late Bronze Age Crete.

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