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MAP OF THYME

Manufacturer: FLOWER FRUIT
Thyme in general is an aromatic evergreen bush, which grows spontaneously in the Mediterranean area on rocky, arid and hot areas, but it can also be grown in pots to be used in the kitchen as an aromatic herb. Among the many properties, the antiseptic and expectorant ones stand out. In the kitchen it goes especially well with fish dishes. And it is typically one of the herbs used to marinate both meat and fish. Its aroma goes well with capers, olives, anchovies and eggs.
SKU: TI 11
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