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Oregano
 

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Also called Wild Marjoram, Oregano is the common name for the flavorful dried leaves and flowering tops of any of various perennial herbs of the mint family.

Native to the hills of the Mediterranean countries and western Asia, Oregano has long been an essential ingredient of Mediterranean cooking with a strong and aromatic aroma, and a warm, pungent, and bitter taste it is used to season many foods.

Manly used for tomato sauces, fried vegetables and grilled meat, Oregano is most prominent in Italian cooking and together with basil it is popular on pizzas. it is similarly popular for Spanish, French and Greek cooking and makes an important part of the Mexican chili con carne.
 

 
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