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Hyssop


A member of the mint family, this perenial herb has a minty/bitter flavor. It is the flavoring used to make the liqueur Chartreuse. Use in salads (use sparingly) stews or marinades. Anise hyssop has a licorice flavor.
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Substitute for hyssop

Sage

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