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Tarragon


An aromatic herb with a slight licorice flavor. It is the distinctive flavor in Bernaise sauce. Use on meats or in sauces, soups, stews.
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Substitute for tarragon

fresh: chervil, fennel or basil leaves OR dried: marjoram, oregano, rosemary

Equivalents

1 oz dried   =   1 cup | 1/2 oz fresh = 1/3 cup

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Nutrition Facts
(USDA#2041)
Serving Size
1 tsp, leaves (0.6 grams)
Calories
2
Total Fat
0g
  Saturated Fat
0g
Cholesterol
0mg
Sodium
0mg
Potassium
18mg
Total Carbohydrates
0g
  Dietary Fiber
0g
  Sugars
0g
Protein
0g
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