Dried savory is an herb with a flavor that is similar to thyme crossed with mint. It also is in the mint family. The two main types of savory are the summer and winter varieties. More »

Savory is an herb used in cooking. Savory seasonings are any herbs with a non-sweet flavor profile, such as parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme or marjoram. More »

The term savory, when used in cooking, most commonly refers to summer savory, though its relative winter savory is also used to flavor foods. Savory offers a flavor profile similar to that of thyme. More »

Some substitutes for summer savory are winter savory, thyme or thyme with a dash of sage or mint. Summer savory has a milder taste compared to winter savory and thyme herbs. The savory plant is characterized by its stron... More »

Substitute plain thyme or thyme with a pinch of sage or mint for summer savory. Thyme is a bit stronger than summer savory, but is still in the same flavor family. More »

The culinary herb known as sage carries an aromatic, pungent scent. The camphor, diterpene bitters and other chemical components of the plant account for its strong aroma. More »

Thyme is an herb commonly available in garden and lemon varieties, and its use originated in the Mediterranean. Standard thyme is gray or greenish in color with a sharp flavor comparable to strong mint with a slight note... More »

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