Category: Herbs


The tiny threads of the saffron crocus are tediously plucked, piled and dried.

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Commonly seen in flat-leaf and curly varieties used as a garnish, flavoring or salad component, such as in the cracked wheat salad called tabbouleh.

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Oregano (Dried)

Oregano is a perennial which grows up to two feet tall.

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Mint (Dried)

There are 13-18 different species of Mint or Mintha, as it is called in Greek.

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Milder flavored relative of onions and garlic, the white stalk of this widely cultivated plant is prized by gourmets for its taste and is most often used in cooked dishes.

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Dill Weed

The feathery leaves of this plant are used in Scandinavian and Eastern European cuisines, while the stronger flavored seeds are used for pickling.

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Dried inner bark of a tropical evergreen typically used to spice winter foods. Also believed to have healthful properties.

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Distinctively flavored leaves of the coriander plant used in Asian and Latin cuisines.

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