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Mexican oregano


Lippia graveolens, Mexican oregano is not true oregano but a small bushy shrub with a more delicate flavor than the more common Greek oregano. Available in Mexican markets and some specialty stores.
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Substitute for mexican oregano

Greek oregano (use less)

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