Like many herbs, winter savory lends a delicate aroma to many dishes. Savory contains natural oils that are known for their anti-bacterial properties and has been used in teas to help with headaches, nausea, and coughs. While summer savory is more popular in cooking, the slightly pungent winter savory contains just as many nutrients, including fiber, iron, calcium, and manganese.
You can find dried winter savory in many grocery stores. When picking fresh savory leaves, select the plants that are beginning to bloom – that’s when the leaves contain the highest concentration of essential oils.
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