The Well Known Robust Herbs Have a Strong Flavor but Won't Bruise or Oxidize
Robust Herbs
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Anise has a licorice flavor. Season Fresh Anise is best in the Summer. Availability Anise is available year long. Purchasing When buying fresh Anise, the leaves should be dark green with no yellow or brown spots. Dried Anise Seeds will be more faded and have a...
Often used in Latin American Cooking, Epazote can be an Acquired Taste.
Oregano is known botanically as Origanum vulgare. It is a member of the Mint family. As it is so closely related to Marjoram, it is referred to as wild Marjoram in many parts of Europe, but oregano and marjoram have their separate identities in the kitchen. Oregano is cultivated for both...
The herb Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a member of the Mint family (Lamiaceae). It grows as a small and large perennial shrub and as a trailing plant, and has white or delicate blue flowers. Both shrub and trailing Rosemary are used in landscaping, the shrub as a hedge (it is...
Sage is an herb with long, gray green, narrow and slightly furred leaves that offer a warm musty intense flavor. Its tendency is to release a potent camphor aroma giving this herb the reputation to use sparingly. Season Sage is best in the Fall. Availability Sage is available...
Thyme is a robust herb that has a dainty appearance and offers a very unique taste. Season Thyme is best in the Spring through Fall. Availability Thyme is available year round. Cultivation Thyme has tiny rounded leaves that grow in clusters, around its thinly wooded stem. The...