Dried Thyme Leaves

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About Dried Thyme Leaves

Ingredients Thyme Leaves
Origin Morocco
Shelf life 24 months
Storage Condition Keep closed in a cool and dry place.
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Dried thyme leaves are the dried leaves of an herb called thyme that have been rubbed into a powder. Thyme is an aromatic herb that adds a slightly sour flavour to recipes, especially to vegetables and seafood. Like its fresh type, dried thyme leaves can boost your immunity. They are packed with vitamin C, copper, fibre, and iron. Keep this herb in a closed container away from sunlight.

General Information

Thyme is a perennial herb with small greenish-grey leaves from the mint family. It has many different varieties each of which has culinary, medicinal, or ornamental uses. Thyme has been used since Ancient Egypt. There is evidence that in ancient Egypt, people have used thyme in embalming rituals. In modern age, thyme has been widely used in Southern Europe in the Mediterranean region as it widely grows in that area. Today, thyme is cultivated all around the world, mostly in areas with temperate climates and it is used in the form of dried thyme leaves or thyme oil in addition to the fresh thyme.

Health Benefits

Studies have shown that thyme leaves have antiseptic and antibacterial properties. Moreover, thyme leaves contain a variety of nutrients that are helpful for good health. As an example, thyme leaves are a source of vitamin C, potassium, and manganese. Owing to these, thyme leaves are great for boosting our immune system, promoting healthy cells, and assisting bone development and blood clotting.

Delicious Ways to Use Thyme Leaves

Thyme leaves are usually used for the seasoning of many types of dishes. It is most used in recipes such as soups, poultry dishes, pasta, and even many types of breads. Moreover, it is very common to use thyme leaves in herbal blends as it is paired well with other common herbs such as rosemary, sage, and marjoram.

Storage

Thyme leaves should be stored in an airtight container, in a cool and dark place. They can last for up to 3 years if kept in proper conditions.

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