Thym Carvaro -The dried plant and their characteristics
Thyme is a rustic and aromatic plant, forming dwarf shrubs with evergreen foliage. We use the leaves or leafy branches as a condiment. Indeed, thyme is a must in Provencal cuisine. We can thus think of Marcel Pagnol looking for the thyme for his mother in the first part "The glory of my father". It will be added that thyme is part of the mixture of Provence herbs.
Product sheet - Organic thyme
|Fine dried organic herbs
|Thym Carvaro - .|
|Antitassive, antiseptic, expectorant, antispasmodic, anti-infectious.|
|France - 100% organic plant.|
|Meat, pies, salads, infusion, stews, meats, pasta, raw vegetables, eggs.|
Description of the plant
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) belongs to the Lamiacae, like the Sariette. Originally from the Mediterranean basin, there are various varieties of thyme like vulgar thyme (Thymus vulgaris), lemon thyme, thyme serpolet or even carvaro thyme.
An infusion of dried leaves dried in the morning is stimulating and lightening ideas, calms coughs and relieves stomach ache. The plant constitutes a condiment noted for grills or braised meats, potatoes, legumes, soups and raw vegetables.
Consumption of dried flowers of Provence thyme
- Make 200ml of water shudder.
- Count 2gr of dried thyme for 200 ml.
- Leave to infuse 10 minutes before filtering.
- You can drink 3-4 cups per day of this infusion.
- In the kitchen
The thyme raises the butter, oil salt or herbs vinegar. Thyme also promotes the digestion of heavy dishes. It is also accompanied perfectly with meat for barbecues and/or decorates tomato or other raw vegetables.