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Wild Oregano - Dried, in Bunches

Dried Wild Oregano Bunch from Italy

from Italy by Silano
1 pack - 1.4 oz room temp $8.14 $8.14
10 packs - 1.4 oz ea room temp $7.32 $73.20

Dried Wild Oregano Bunch from Italy

An ingredient that can also serve as kitchen décor? Why yes, that’s exactly what this Oregano bunch is! This beautiful fragrant bunch of air-dried wild oregano from Calabria not only is perfect to add flavor to so many dishes, it gives your kitchen a rustic, artisan touch.

You can use this bunch whole to aromatize a roasted meat or chicken dish, or a big batch of tomato sauce, or pull what you need as you need it. Oregano is an essential ingredient for so many recipes, adding a distinct aroma and flavor to dishes. From simple salads to pizzas, it add its special touch, easily heightening and enhancing other ingredients. Oregano is also a very nutritious herb, valued for centuries for its natural and powerful antibiotic, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties. Shake the bunch over the finished dish or pan and watch those beautiful flakes decorate and flavor your dishes. Baked fish, casseroles, roasts and more! Send as part of an Italian gourmet gift basket with any of our cheese and meats from Italy.

Ingredients: Dried oregano
Storage: Keep in a cool, dry place
Availability: Usually ships within 1 business days. Product is non-perishable and can ship via Ground service.
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