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Thyme
 

Pictured above; Thyme

 
 
 
 

Thyme, common name for a pungent herb of the mint family and closely related to basil, oregano and marjoram. the dried leaves and flowering tops of which are used to flavor a wide range of foods making it very versatile. It works well in almost any dish. It best flavors eggs, stews, soups, meats and stuffing's.

The plant is a small, low-growing shrub with curled leaves. Thyme is native to southern Europe, the Mediterranean region, Asia Minor, and Central Asia and is also cultivated in North America. Dried thyme leaves are greenish brown in color and have a fragrant odor when crushed. The taste is warm and pungent.

 

 
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