SPZ.0126.0045 SPZ.0126.0045

Dried Thyme

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Net weight: 30 g - 1.06 oz



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Ideal to enrich: meat, fish, cheese and soups

Aromatic note: intense and aromatic.

From field to table: 100% controlled supply chain.



COD: SPZ.0126.0045
EAN: 0606707292191

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Did you know that... Thyme was also used by the ancient Greeks and Romans. The Greeks used it more as an incense and to sweeten various types of honey, while the Romans used it in their baths, believing that thyme had invigorating properties.

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Characteristics of dried thyme

Dried thyme has an intense, spicy aroma reminiscent of lemon and mint. Its taste is perfectly balanced between sweet and savoury, making it suitable for many recipes. Thyme is a common ingredient in many Mediterranean cuisines that wish to preserve their culinary traditions. Today, however, it has spread to other cuisines as well.

How to use dried thyme in cooking

Dried thyme can be used in many ways in the kitchen. You can add it to your recipes as a spice, or you can use it as a seasoning for meat and fish, added before cooking to release its aroma and beneficial properties. Thyme can also be used to add flavour to oils and vinegars, to make sauces and marinades, and to season vegetables.

Benefits and properties of dried thyme

Before listing the benefits and properties of thyme, it is worth remembering that the practice of drying it, which Notedi uses in a natural way, preserves its beneficial and organoleptic properties. In fact, in addition to its use in cooking, thyme is appreciated for its many health benefits.

  • It is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatories, which can help prevent and combat chronic diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
  • It is a source of vitamins and minerals essential for the proper functioning of the immune system, including vitamin C, calcium and iron.
  • Also known for its antimicrobial properties, which can help fight bacteria and fungi that are harmful to health
  • Traditionally used to treat respiratory problems and flu
  • The aroma of thyme helps to combat insomnia, anxiety and depression by relaxing the body and mind, promoting sleep and improving mood.

Habitat and plant of dried thyme

Thyme is a perennial herbaceous plant that prefers dry, rocky environments such as hills or mountains. It has a shallow root system and a woody, branched stem. The leaves are small and dark, while the flowers are also small and purple or pink in colour. Thyme is very hardy and can survive extreme weather conditions.