With its slightly aniseed and pungent flavour, the Asian cousin of the Grand Vert deserves to be known. If you're used to Thai or Vietnamese cuisine, why not bring it into your kitchen? Adventurous cooks, get cooking!
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To harvest, cut off the main stem at the second node. Prune them if they appear.