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Thyme - Lemon

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Latin Name: Thymus citriodorus

Product: Lemon Thyme

Description: Modern DNA research suggested it is not a hybrid or cross, but rather a distinct species -- as such first described in 1811

Tasting Notes: Aromatic -- strong lemony scent; Pleasant lemon-like flavor

Usage: Flavoring herb in cooking soups, stews, and meat or fish dishes; May be used raw in salads; Herbal tea; Leaves may also be used dried; Garnish

Storage Instructions: Best if used within 7 days of procurement.

in stews, soups, meat, fish, compound butter, eggs, dressings, and vegetable dishes. Thyme pairs exquisitely with lemon, garlic, and basil and can be used either fresh or dried in any of the above or put sprigs in oil or vinegar to infuse the flavor.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Types Of Thyme Plants: Varieties Of Thyme For The Garden https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/thyme/types-of-thyme-plants.h
Of course, thyme varieties are sought for cooking and used classically in “boquet garni” in stews, soups, meat, fish, compound butter, eggs, dressings, and vegetable dishes. Thyme pairs exquisitely with lemon, garlic, and basil and can be used either fresh or dried in any of the above or put sprigs in oil or vinegar to infuse the flavor.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Types Of Thyme Plants: Varieties Of Thyme For The Garden https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/thyme/types-of-thyme-plants.htm
Of course, thyme varieties are sought for cooking and used classically in “boquet garni” in stews, soups, meat, fish, compound butter, eggs, dressings, and vegetable dishes. Thyme pairs exquisitely with lemon, garlic, and basil and can be used either fresh or dried in any of the above or put sprigs in oil or vinegar to infuse the flavor.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Types Of Thyme Plants: Varieties Of Thyme For The Garden https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/thyme/types-of-thyme-plants.htm

 

in stews, soups, meat, fish, compound butter, eggs, dressings, and vegetable dishes. Thyme pairs exquisitely with lemon, garlic, and basil and can be used either fresh or dried in any of the above or put sprigs in oil or vinegar to infuse the flavor.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Types Of Thyme Plants: Varieties Of Thyme For The Garden https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/thyme/types-of-thyme-plants.htm