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Savory, Winter Profile...... While its most popular uses are culinary, winter savory has often been used for medicinal purposes over the course of history. It?s a widely recommended remedy for flatulence and digestive upsets, including colic, diarrhea and indigestion. Its antiseptic and astringent properties make it a good treatment for sore throats, and it has been used as a remedy for excessive thirst in diabetics..
Savory is an aromatic plants of the mint family and is related to rosemary and thyme. Savory is native to the area of the Black and Mediterranean Sea. There are about 30 species called savories, of which Summer Savory and Winter Savory are the most important ones. The plant is a low growing herb and grows only between the 15- 50 centimeters high. The whole plant is very aromatic and the smell is reminiscent of a blend of lavender and apples, with a slight mint flavour.
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Savory is best known for flavoring beans. Savory is often cultivated for uses such as border ornamentals or potherbs. Summer savory is an annual with small green leaves and pink flowers; winter savory is an evergreen perennial. Savory is used in seasoning the traditional Acadian stew known as fricot $3.49
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winter savory popover recipe Cold weather means stew, soup, casseroles, and comfort food. Everyone has a “go to” stew recipe, but I’m always willing to try something different. I was browsing Pinterest and came across a tasty looking stew recipe which I quickly saved to my Pinterest dinner board. Recently I can back to that recipe and was so glad that I did as Read More »