Spices 101: Rosemary

Spices 101: Rosemary

We all have the power to turn our everyday food into superfood: just add spice.

Spices have been a hot commodity for thousands of years. Literally. At times, salt has ranked more valuable than gold. Cultures all over the world have turned to dried seeds and roots, cracked, ground, or cooked whole, to preserve their foods, strengthen their reserves, and nourish and heal their bodies.

At Countertop, we use the power of spices like turmeric, cardamom, cumin, nutmeg, ginger, black pepper, rosemary, cloves, and more, to help you cook delicious food with maximum health in minimum time.

Why we love Rosemary

There’s a reason we see so much of this fragrant herb at the grocery and farmer’s markets this time of year. Rosemary is comforting and full of the nostalgia of eating those warm, homemade, often roasted meals. That good sticks-to-your-ribs kind of meal grandma used to make. It’s also full of really vital health benefits ideal for the winter months.

Rosemary is warming, heating you up from within and improving blood circulation during the cold winter months and boosting an often seasonally slow digestive system, which can impact all other systems of the body. Rosemary is also a big supporter of the immune system and a rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds. Oh, and we almost forgot… Rosemary is actually a memory booster and can help reduce headaches. ⁣

Incorporating Rosemary into your diet via our Grill and Poultry Blends with Benefits is so easy. Sprinkle on meats, beans, veggies, rice or anything savory really, and along with some healthy fats like Golden Butter you’ll be feeling that warm glow from within.


Countertop is passionate about helping you cook with maximum health in minimum time. Our products re-imagine everyday staples like butter, sweetener, and seasonings into minimally processed, easy to use, outrageously delicious superfood blends that turn the foods you already love into foods your body will love you for. Read more about our Countertop story here.



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