In store price $3.75

Sold in a 3.5" blue pot.

Available in store.


The closest taste to mature sorrel leaves is one you wouldn't expect: A tart, sour green apple. Sorrel is a very tangy, acidic herb. Its sour taste comes from oxalic acid, which also gives rhubarb its tartness. This fresh, lemony sourness has been highly prized in cuisines all over the world


Uses: Mostly fresh


  •  eat fresh in salads
  • or cooked in soups, purées and stuffings and goes particularly well with fish and egg dishes.

Sorrel Green - Herb