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Thyme After Time

Discussion in 'Herbs' started by The Happy Hen, Jul 21, 2017.

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Do You Think of Thyme as A Good Go-to Herb?

  1. Yes, I use it in a few recipes. It is quite beneficial and pretty easy to grow.

    61.9%
  2. No, I would like to use it more often. But I wouldn't call it the "go-to" herb.

    28.6%
  3. Hm... I Will Describe My Feelings For This Herb Down Below.

    9.5%
  1. Jan 22, 2018
    Nyboy

    Nyboy Garden Master

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    Not everything comes down to money, enjoyment is goal. I think all hobbies cost money. Mine is not heated and because under a certain size not not raise my taxes
     
  2. Jul 5, 2018
    SPedigrees

    SPedigrees Attractive To Bees

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    I've grown thyme and other herbs in flowerpots indoors, specifically for use in recipes. It sort of depends on how many houseplants I have at the time that determine if I have room for growing herbs at any given time.

    Carol Dee, I have to say that I can't really tell much difference between "the stuff in a jar" (altho I do buy all organic dried herbs) versus fresh herbs plucked from a plant. But if I have a growing plant on a windowsill, I will use it.

    Thyme and basil are my two most often used "go-to" herbs. I put them in everything from spaghetti sauce to eggs to fish and then some. You just can't beat home fries seasoned with thyme and black pepper!
     
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  3. Jul 9, 2018
    Zeedman

    Zeedman Deeply Rooted

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    So far the only way I use thyme is in a bread recipe. It lends the bread a beautiful aroma, especially as it is baking.
     
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