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Satureja thymbra L., Lamiaceae Family

Greek: Θρούμπι Throumbi.

The savory is a scented herbaceous annual plant, that grows throughout the Mediterranean countries. Not exceeding 40 cm in height blooms from April through June.

Its aroma resembles that of oregano and thyme.

Since ancient times was used as a healing herb and as a flavoring in the kitchen. Dioscorides mentions the use in the preparation of "thymbriti wine", while is connected with the cult of Apollo in the holy city of Thymbra, close to Troy.

Used in cooking to flavor salads, legumes, meats and poultry.

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