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OREGANO AS USED IN ITALIAN COOKING

OREGANO

Origano

An herb that grows wild in central and southern Italy and the rest of the Mediterranean countries. Has a much stronger flavor dry than fresh but just as good. However use less dry oregano, as the flavor is more concentrated. Used on pizza and in sauces as well as vegetables. Very popular in Sicily where it is often added to preserved olives. Easily grown in a pot.

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