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Rosemary

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Last modified on: August 8th 2017

Overview

This is a kind of shrub, of which the small branches are used.

Use

Cut a small branch on shrub.rosemary
Like bayleaves, rosemary is not normally eaten: the sprigs are removed from the dish after cooking.

You can also detatch the small green leaves to add to a recipe which will be strained later.

rosemary

Keeping

Branches of rosemary can be dried, but unfortunately tend to lose their leaves easily.

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