Description

Bay leaves are harvested from an aromatic evergreen tree and have been cultivated in the temperate zones around the Mediterreanean Sea for thousands of years. The leaf is usually oval in shape with a serrated or wrinkled edge and are from 2 to 4 inches in length. Bay leaf flourishes in many subtropic regions around the world. They are used fresh or dried most often to flavor meat soups and stews.

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