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Rosemary, common name for a small evergreen perennial shrub, of the mint family. The Rosemary is a popular spice in many Western countries, but its usage is most popular the Mediterranean region where it is a native plant. Rosemary's leaves are used to flavor foods and its oil, that is obtained from distilling, is used in perfumes and traditional medicines.

Rosemary leaves have a pure fragrance and a pungent, slightly stimulating but bitter taste. They are generally used sparingly and do not lose their flavor during cooking. Rosemary goes well with fish, poultry, lamb, stews soups and vegetables.

Rosemary is a popular spice in many Western countries, but its usage is most popular in the Mediterranean countries, especially Italy and France

Rosemary does not lose its flavor by long cooking, as many other leaves unfortunately do. The fresh leaves have a more pure fragrance and are therefore preferred whenever available.
 

 
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