Chicory

Know your product

Belgian Endive is also called French Endive and Witlof, which means "White Leaf" in Flemish. A Belgian farmer invented Endive in 1830. The man first wanted to dry up chicory plants to add to his coffee, which lead him to creating this vegetable with its delicious white crunchy leaves, that turn yellow at their ends, and have a pleasant and slightly bitter taste.

Our range also includes red endives.

How to buy

Choose firm and shiny endives, with no spots or dark leaves.

how to keep

You can keep Belgian Endives for a week in the fridge if you wrap them in wet linen.

Tips

You can use the largest leaves of endives like a basket, in which you can serve Eggs Mimosa, raw vegetables or even sauces.

Seasonality

Jan.
yes
Fé.
yes
Mars
yes
Avr.
no
Mai
no
Juin
no
Jui.
no
Ao.
no
Sep.
no
Oct.
no
Nov.
yes
Dé.
yes

Recipe

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