Origanum Vulgare

Oregano adds deep flavor to Italian, Greek and Mediterranean dishes, meat, fish, eggs, cheese, tomatoes, and vegetables such as beans and zucchini. A light sprinkling over a green salad before dressing it is a tasty enhancement. Oregano does not hold up well to prolonged cooking when used fresh, so add fresh leaves at the end of the cooking process, or use dried leaves for sauces or anything that requires lengthy simmering. 

You can read about the health benefits of oregano here.

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