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Thyme from Real Foods

25gr
£0.94 376p / 100g

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50gr
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100gr
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250gr
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Thyme ingredients:

Thyme.

About Thyme from Real Foods

Thyme's sweet, earthy flavour blends well with other flavours rather than dominating, making it useful in nearly any cuisine. It's common in French haute-cuisine and earthy peasant stews alike. Thyme dries better than most herbs, retaining nearly all the flavour of fresh.

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We used to buy our thyme in a supermarket but find the Real Foods stuff much better - you don't need as much to get a really good flavour in any dish.

I love the biodegradable cellulose bags as well - a little less plastic going n the waste!

By Yvonne Reid on 25/07/2018

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