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    Dietary Information:

    • Organic
    • Peanut Free
    • Vegan
    • Gluten-Free
    • Dairy Free
    • Non GMO



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    Marjoram Rubbed

    Marjoram Rubbed





    marjoram. manufactured in a facility that also processes mustard.





    Usage Tips:

    marjoram can be used on its own, as part of a blend, or as a substitute for oregano. add it to meat dishes such as beef stew and homemade sausages or to fish and poultry. it is also great in tomato-based sauces, eggs, omelettes, quiches, potato salad, salad dressings, dips and herb butter.


    store in a cool, dry place, in an airtight container.

    Point of Interest:

    marjoram is a plant in the mint family, with an aroma and flavour that is similar to its more popular cousin oregano. the flavour of marjoram is slightly milder and sweeter than oregano, with hints of pine and citrus. it complements other herbs and herb blends and is especially good with meat.

    marjoram is native to the mediterranean region and has been cultivated throughout europe for centuries. it appears in a variety of cuisines from german sausages to italian and greek sauces and meat dishes. marjoram is also one of the common components of the french herb blend “herbes de provence”.

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