Greek Oregano tends to be the most savory and earthy of all the oregano varieties. It is a staple for any pantry, especially if you enjoy Italian and Mediterranean dishes.
Use it to create savory tomato sauces, cheeses, egg dishes, and salads or to spice up your vegetables like tomatoes, zucchini, and green beans.
Fun Fact : Oregano has powerful bacteria- and fungi-killing properties, and it is used as a painkiller and anti-inflammatory. Oregano tea is a treatment for indigestion and coughs, and the oil of oregano has been used for toothaches and in some cosmetics. The leaves and flowering stems are natural antiseptics because of high thymol content.
1/2 oz bundle