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Herb, Thyme - 1 Bunch

$2.99

Fresh thyme has a pronounced, concentrated herbal flavor with sharp grass, wood and floral notes (like lavender and rosemary). Thyme is used in a number of cuisines, including European, British, Mediterranean, African, Latin and Central American, regional American, and the Caribbean.

Fresh thyme has a pronounced, concentrated herbal flavor with sharp grass, wood, and floral notes (like lavender and rosemary). Thyme is used in a number of cuisines, including European, British, Mediterranean, African, Latin and Central American, regional American, and the Caribbean.

From a quick omelet to a simmered stew, just about any savory dish can benefit from the fresh, herbal flavors of thyme. It's a key ingredient in the classic French bouquet garni, a perfectly balanced mixture of thyme, parsley, and bay leaf bundled in cheesecloth. This bouquet is essential to French soups, stocks, and sauces.

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All fresh herbs should be washed before using and storing. Rinse the whole bunch under cool running water and dry them well — whether you’re after a sprig or a giant handful, it will be ready for you whenever you need it.

Dry thoroughly and wrap them loosely in a damp paper towel. Store the bundle in an airtight container or resealable bag in your crisper drawer. The paper towel keeps the herbs just moist enough so they don’t dry out, and the container or resealable bag keeps oxygen out. They can last at least 10 days, if not a few weeks, when stored this way.

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