What Is Dried Savory?

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Dried Savory is a herb that has a strong, peppery flavour, and it's often used in Mediterranean countries to flavour beans, mushrooms, vegetables and meats. There are two varieties of savory that is winter savory and the milder summer savory. Substitutes of dried savory are thyme, which is stronger flavour or thyme plus dash of sage or mint.
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