04.02.2011 30.Shevat, 5771
A key ingredient in the Italian cuisine, this herb has many health benefits, but most of all it adds great taste to almost anything you cook.
It’s hard to imagine Italian food without oregano, that wonderful herb that marries so well with tomato sauces, fried vegetables and grilled meats. Together with basil, sage, garlic and olive oil, it forms the basis of the Italian palette of flavors.
It’s not only the taste of oregano that’s appealing. Tinctures and extracts of oregano are also used to scent soaps, laundry detergents and even perfumes….