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"Salted herbs are a central element in traditional Acadian cuisine; they are a basic ingredient in fricot, soups and most dishes which use meat and fish. Traditionally made with chives, shallots and onion shoots, salted herbs may also contain finely chopped onions".
Recipe Source: A Taste of Acadie
by Marie Cormier-Boudreau