Floral and tingling, this Thyme is best friends with lemon, garlic, and olive oil. A combination capable of taking plain roasted potatoes to another level. Crush with your fingers before use to release its fragrance. You’ll need 2-3 blossoms per portion.
Excellent for making chicken brine, marinating lamb, or pickling vegetables. You can add a couple of thyme blossoms to your herbal infusions: they pair well with peppermint and have digestive, antiseptic, and antioxidant properties.
For optimal quality, place in an airtight container in a drawer or cupboard. Properly storing your herbs is very important as it expands their life span. Avoid direct sunlight and humidity.
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