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Other names: greek oregano, mexican oregano

Oregano is a common cooking herb used worldwide. The typical grocery-store variety is Greek Oregano which is stronger than Mexican Oregano.
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Substitute for oregano

Mexican Oregano (not as strong) OR Marjoram (same family) OR sage OR 1 teaspoon dried Italian seasoning


1oz dried   =   3/4 cup | 1/2oz fresh = 1/2 cup chopped | 1 oz dried leaves = 3/4 cup fresh


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