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Oregano - Origanum O. Vulgare

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    Posted: 24 March 2012 at 05:58
Oregano:  This aromatic perennial herb that flowers profusely in the summer, is an ancient Mediterranean must have culinary herb.
When you grow this herb, for the bushiest plants, snip the stems short at the beginning of the growing season.
Oregano is commonly used in the following cuisines: Greek, Italian, Spanish, Argentinian, Mexican and Cuban cuisines.
The dishes: It would hard to imagine a tomato sauce without oregano, Moussaka, slow cooked roasts, stove top stews, Italian baked pastas, Italian meat sauces and A to Z macaroni dishes and stews.
Usage: use this herb sparingly, as it can be a bit bitter in excess.
Written By: Margaux Cintrano.
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