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True Greek wild oregano, with its tongue biting pungency, is so strong that even the seeds have that distinct oregano aroma. This oregano is aromatic, rich in flavour and rich in essential oils. It has been hand picked, hand grated and dried naturally.
A great authentic seasoning for Greek salads and in cooking. Oregano can add a touch of Mediterranean charm and flavour to any dish, as it is an indispensable ingredient of Greek Cuisine.
Prep & usage
Use in tomato sauces, with potatoes, meats, fish, cheeses, egg dishes, olives and with vegetables including zucchini and green beans.
Store in a cool and dry place.
Country of Origin
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Ingredients & Nutrition
Greek wild oregano
|Typical value||Per serving (250g)||Per 100g|
|Energy Content (kj)||–||1052|
|Energy Content (kcal)||–||253|
|- of which saturates (g)||–||1|
|- of which mono-unsaturates (g)||–||0|
|- of which polyunsaturates (g)||–||2|
|- of which sugars (g)||–||3|
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Customer Reviews 5 out of 5 (1 customer review)
Greek oregano is the bestVerified PurchaseKaz6504/04/2021
Usually buy a jar of Greek oregano when we go on holiday, but that's not been possible so was delighted to find this as I use oregano in a lot of dishes - this is very good and will buy again if we don't get back to a Greek island in the next few months.