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Savory, Summer
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Savory, Summer
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Savory, Summer
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Savory, Summer
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Summer Savory

Summer Savory grows in rich, light soil, and its seeds are very slow to germinate. Its woody, thyme-like richness is an essential flavor in many dishes, including Romanian sarmale cabbage leaves stuffed with rice and minced meat.

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This is the most popular herb for beans and peas, giving rise to the German title of bohnenkraut, or "bean herb." Summer Savory can be used instead of sage in poultry stuffing, and is often found in sausage-making recipes. It's also a pleasing herb in soup. As with all herbs, summer savory is lightweight while being high in volume. For example, the 4 oz. size will fill a quart-sized plastic bag, while the 8 oz. portion will fill a gallon-size bag. We’ve found that most people only need a jar or a 1 oz. size package. Ingredients: Savory.

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Andrea D.
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I use it on fresh steamed green beans. Yum!

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S F.
Terrific find!

I usually buy my "Bohnenkraut" in Germany but haven't traveled in a few years. This product is just as good. My Greenbeans are a hit at the table❣

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Rodger B.
Savory spice

Have not had it for awhile and it was good to try it out again.

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Donald W.
Summer Savory

Glad to have found availability of this spice. Price was reasonable but, spice did not have the taste I was expecting. Could this product have been old, rather than fresh? Previous favorite for this spice was Spice Island........but haven't been able to find for quite some time.

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Daniel K.
pairs well with poultry blends

looking for more recipes using this spice

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