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Which is your favourite herb to season food? Do you prefer fresh or ground?

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I actually have two kinds that are ground....we use everyday!

Lemon Pepper & Tuscan herbs in a jar.
I do love fresh, but for 100% hands on, these two are a real winner.
They pack-a-punch too!! :)
I like using parsley the best.
Oregano, so versatile
Basil....love it. great in salads and starters....just a great herb!
I'm with chipp. I love fresh basil, and grow it in the garden. It's very versatile and very yummy. Coriander, on the other hand, makes me sick. I hate it with a passion.
by Vee
Fresh basil. When it's in season, I get a whole bunch and mix it up with garlic, parmesan and cashew nuts. It makes the best dip!
I like oregano.
Mint - it's got a zing factor and freshens up the food instantly with its strong yet beautiful taste!
I love Basil! Handy for both the Thai and Italian pasta dishes that I cook
Mint and coriander. I hate the smell of fresh parsley
Mine is possibly coriander however I use parsley more often than any of the other herbs
by Finy
Love so many, but if I was to choose one it would be coriander. Great to add to meals :)
Coriander. I add it where possible.
I like fresh herbs far better than dried, and mint has to be the favourite- beautiful for dessert with berries and ice-cream or delicious with tomatoes and feta on toast. You can even use it in drinks- a warming tea or a home made mojito ;)
Fresh cilantro (also known as coriander), I add it to every meal I can!
I use mint and coriander in my curries ..they are my favourites.
Totally basil
Parsley & mint.....used to
love collecting sprigs from our garden for Mum to add to her fabulous cooking!
I love them all in different dishes, but use corriander most as it's so versatile.
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