Our Oregano has a woody and robust flavor. It can be used in a variety of cuisines, especially Greek and Italian cooking. It can be used fresh and dried, and it's most often paired with tomatoes, but it also goes well with meats, fish, and a variety of other vegetables.
Good to know:
Adding oregano to meat before cooking may help reduce the amount of toxic compounds created by the cooking process. “Oregano” is said to have been derived from the Greek 'oros' meaning mountain and 'ganos' meaning joy – hence 'joy of the mountain'.