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Dill

Dill is one of the most beautiful herbs we know. It is so light and delicate that we could use it just for its appearance to make many of our favorite dishes look better. Having a sour-sweet taste, we

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Basil

In Greece it is one of the most common herbs. Member of the mint family, basil reminds us of spring and summer. Aromatic and sweet, it pairs well with pasta, sauces, salads, fish and vegetables due to

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Bay leaf

It is an aromatic evergreen tree or large bush with green, shiny leaves, which grown in the Mediterranean region and its leaves are used as seasoning in cooking, in stews.

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Rosemary

The tender stems and leaves of rosemary are used as seasoning in many dishes. It gives a unique taste to roasted dishes. In pastry making it is mainly used in the spoon sweets.

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Spearmint

The Eastern cuisines add it to meatballs, salads, flavored drinks, pastry making and many other dishes in order to give freshness to the foods and the flavor of mint. Spearmint and mint are two

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Tarragon

Tarragon is not a herb that you can add wherever you want. You have to find a recipe suggesting it because its taste is very unique. Of course you can always experiment and you will discover how

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Thyme

Thyme can be used both fresh and dried. In the Greek cuisine you will use to flavor and add taste to meat, salads, marinades and fish. Thyme retains its flavor when dried much better than other herbs.

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Parsley

Parsley is often used in dishes with potatoes (boiled or mashed), dishes with rice (risotto or pilaf), in fish, fried chicken, lamb, chops, meat or boiled vegetables (like beef bourguignon, goulash or

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Oregano

Oregano is an important herb in the Greek and Mexican cuisine. The Greek/Mediterranean oregano is a completely different species from the Mexican one. It is used for the taste of its leaves, which can

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Celery

Celery is a really aromatic and full of vitamins plant. In its dried form, we dry only the leaves of the celery which we can then add to recipes with stews. Pay attention to allergies.

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