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Broken Leaf Thyme

Among the world’s oldest culinary herbs, thyme is a relative of both mint and oregano, which explains its warm, woody pungency. Its tiny leaves are a major component of classic spice mixes, such as za’atar and bouquet garni. Our Mediterranean version is a coarser broken leaf thyme, with a heartier flavor than our French one.

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Thyme was popular in the ancient world and spread throughout Europe by the Romans, who used it liberally in both food and medicine. Dried thyme leaves have a pleasantly earthy, woody flavor that pairs well with roasted meats, stews, and hearty vegetables. It is a common ingredient in French cooking (for the herb blend Bouquet Garni), in Italian recipes, and is crucial to Middle Eastern za’atar blends.

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