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All about Oregano
Organic oregano – warm and peppery, sometimes lemon-like, with a strong character and mild disposition
ground - up to 6 months
Cajun & Creole - You'll find oregano, along with basil and thyme, as a key ingredient in Creole seasoning.
Greek - Oregano can be found in many Greek recipes... in sauces, with meats, fish, cheese, egg dishes, salads, cheeses and vegetables. Whew!
Italian - While not as popular as basil and parsley, dried oregano is commonly employed in southern Italian and Sicilian dishes.
Mediterranean - Oregano grows wild throughout the Mediterranean, and is frequently used in many of the regions sauces and meat dishes.
Mexican - Due to the fact that it pairs well with peppers, oregano is found in many Mexican dishes. Chili, enchiladas, queso dip...
Spanish - Widely used in Spanish cooking, oregano is a staple in Spanish rice, as well as many marinades.
1 teaspoon dried oregano = 1 tablespoon freshly chopped oregano
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Antibacterial, antioxidant, nutrient rich