Bay Leaves


Bay Leaves

The bay leaf is a fragrant leaf normally utilized in cooking. Bay leaves are to be completely—sparkling or dried—or floored into a powder. It can be used completely, both dried or sparkling, wherein it is eliminated from the dish before consumption or much less normally utilized in floor shape. The leaves are brought to slow-cooked recipes, soups, sauces, and stews. It also comes from numerous species of tree, the bay laurel and the California bay tree being the most common. They have a floral and natural heady fragrance harking back to oregano and thyme and are used more frequently than other herbs.


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