hyme was used to fight digestive problems, poisons, and plagues back in ancient times due to its strong antiseptic properties. Do the same by making thyme a regular in your spice rack. Its slightly minty taste enhances the taste of roasts, soups, and stews. Just crush the leaves in your hands then add it early on as you cook to give it time to release its oils and flavour.
Fresh Tips: Fresh thyme, like other herbs, can either be put inside a plastic bag then stored in the vegetable compartment or placed in glass of water inside the fridge. For the dried kind, store inside an airtight container in a cool and dry place.