Also known as Japanese basil, perilla and beefsteak, shiso has a unique aromatic fragrance and pairs well with everything from fried foods to sushi, and dishes with robust flavor. The taste is hard to describe; there are hints of citrus, basil, and muskiness. You will have to taste it for yourself!
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STORE: In a jar on your counter. Fill a jar with cool water, stick sprigs into it, and keep out of direct sunlight. Pick off leaves that will be submerged in water. When stored this way, your herbs should keep fresh for weeks.