Bulk Savory Cut & Sifted

Satureja hortensis
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[ 273 ]Satureja hortensis

Savory Cut & Sifted

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Summer savory is an annual culinary herb that shares similar characteristics with its perennial cousin, winter savory. The herb is widely used in Hungarian, German and Romanian cuisines, especially in dishes that feature grape leaves or cabbage. Savory is also an ingredient in herbes de Provence, a common seasoning blend used in French cuisine. Use savory to flavor grilled and roasted meats and vegetables, soups, stews, sauces and beans.

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approximate cups to one pound6
active compoundsVolatile oils, Carvacrol, P-cymene, Potassium and Tannins
plant part usedleaf, flowering tops
processingcut & sifted

buying & keeping

general guidelines and tips

storage tipsStore in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.
appearance & aromaHerbaceous with a pleasant aroma.


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decorativeInclude summer savory in herbal sachets and dream pillows.
culinaryUse to season soups, stews, meats, vegetables and, in particular, egg and bean dishes.
householdInfuse in vinegar and spray at the base of garden plants to help deter beetles.
safetyThere are no safety concerns associated with this herb with normal use.

flavor profile

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Slightly peppery and pungent. Complements marjoram, rosemary, thyme, oregano, parsley and many other herbs.

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what else you should know

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The name Savory is given to two very closely related herbs, summer savory (S. hortensis) and winter savory (S. montana) Both are aromatic members of the mint family that are native to southern Europe and commonly cultivated in gardens, grown in containers and in window gardens.

Summer savory's flavor is mildly peppery and delicately pungent. In German, its common name quite literally means "bean herb." The herb is included in traditional recipes of sausage and grain sausage. It is a natural complement to beans and onions.

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