Savory Leaves, Summer

This variety of savory has a more delicate and sweeter flavor than Winter Savory, which tends to be rather bitter. The flavor is somewhat reminiscent of thyme; many also describe it as a bit peppery.
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It is the most popular herb for beans and peas, giving rise to the German title of Bohnenkraut, or "bean herb." Savory can be used instead of sage in poultry stuffing, and can be found quite often in sausage-making recipes. It's also a pleasing herb in soup.

NOTE: As with all herbs, summer savory is light in weight while being high in volume. For example, the 4 oz. size will fill a quart size zip-lock bag while the 8 oz. size will fill the gallon size bag. Most people only need the jar or the 1 oz. size package.

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