Subtle, dry aroma and a slightly minty flavour < Superb Shop

As a member of the mint family, thyme is a herb that pairs well with a variety of foods and is often used to flavor meats, soups, and stews. Thyme is quite flavourful but does not overpower and blends well with other herbs and spices. Thyme pairs well with goose, duck, pork, tomato sauces, stuffings, roasts, fish, and wine. For delicious potatoes, add thyme and sea salt to your spuds, and then roast.


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Thyme is an excellent source of vitamin C (75% of the daily recommended value), vitamin A (27%), fiber (16 %), riboflavin, iron (27%), copper, and manganese (24%), 11% each in calcium and manganese and doses of vitamin B6, folate, phosphorus, potassium, and zinc as well.

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