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It is advisable not to cook oregano for too long in order to retain its aroma. It is therefore preferable to add it to a dish at the end of cooking.
Oregano is widely used in Italian cuisine as well as Greek & Lebanese cuisine. It perfumes in particular pizzas, tomato sauces, grilled meats, stuffings, focaccias or even pissaladière. It can also be used to flavor olive oil. Just slip a branch inside a bottle of olive oil and let steep for several days before using. More broadly, it is suitable for a good number of Mediterranean recipes.
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Country of Origin: France