Mexican Oregano (Greek Cut), also called Origanum, flavourful dried leaves and flowering tops of any of various perennial herbs of the mint family (Lamiaceae, or Labiatae), particularly Origanum vulgare, called wild marjoram in northern and central Europe, widely used to season many foods. The name is derived from the Greek oros, "mountain," and ganos, "joy." Oregano has long been an essential ingredient of Mediterranean cooking. Pliny the Elder thought it a remedy for bad digestion. The aroma, strong and aromatic, and the taste, warm, pungent, and bitter, are prominent in Italian cooking and in robust dishes of certain other cuisines, such as the Mexican chili con carne. In the United States the use of oregano rose sharply in the late 20th century, owing largely to the popularity of pizza. Italians call it the mushroom herb but use it with many other foods as well. Native to the hills of the Mediterranean countries and western Asia, the herbs were brought to the Western Hemisphere in early times and are naturalized in parts of Mexico and the United States.
Mexican Oregano (Greek Cut) is available in 20 lbs, 10 lbs, 5 lbs, 2 lbs, 6 oz., 3 oz., and 1 oz. sizes. All A1 herbs, spices and seasonings are freshness sealed in durable and attractive clear plastic bottles. For bulk pricing contact us here. or call 516-801-2132.
|198025||Mexican Oregano 20 lbs. Bag||$179.99|
|198010||Mexican Oregano 10 lbs. Bag||$99.99|
|19805||Mexican Oregano 5 lbs. Bag||$59.99|
|1980J||Mexican Oregano 2 lbs. Jug||$32.99|
|1980L||Mexican Oregano 6 oz.||$11.99|
|1980M||Mexican Oregano 3 oz.||$7.49|
|1980S||Mexican Oregano 1 oz.||$4.99|
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