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Thyme (100g)

Product Description
Description/Taste:
Thyme is a fragrant herb with small, greenish-grey leaves set on thin woody stems. Its flavour is subtly earthy with hints of mint and hay, delivering a warm and pungent aroma. Thyme's distinctive taste is both sharp and slightly sweet, making it a versatile herb in culinary applications.

Available year-round from various sources.

Uses & Flavour Pairings:
Thyme is a staple in Mediterranean cooking and is often found in seasoning blends like herbes de Provence and za'atar. It pairs beautifully with meats, especially poultry and lamb, and is a popular addition to soups, stews, and roasts. Thyme also complements vegetables, fish, and is often used in sauces and marinades. Its flavour pairs well with other herbs like rosemary and parsley, as well as garlic, olive oil, and lemon.

Nutritional Information & Allergens:
Thyme is rich in vitamins C and A, and it provides a range of minerals including iron, calcium, and manganese. It's also known for its antioxidant properties and potential health benefits, including antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. Naturally gluten-free, thyme is not commonly associated with allergens.

Preparation and Storage:
Thyme can be used both fresh and dried. Fresh thyme leaves can be stripped from the stem and added directly to dishes. For storage, fresh thyme should be wrapped in a damp paper towel, placed inside a plastic bag, and stored in the refrigerator. Dried thyme should be kept in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.

History:
Originating from the Mediterranean region, thyme has been used for thousands of years not just for culinary purposes but also for its medicinal properties, especially in ancient Egyptian and Greek cultures.
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