Sarriette is the French word for "Savory", a Provence herb and aromatic plant related to thyme and mint. It is classified into two (2) varieties: Sarriette des Jardins and Sarriette des Montagnes. Sarriette des Jardins have a sharp green color and has a delicate taste, while Sarriette des Montagnes are more scented. Sarriette is usually used in making marinades and as condiments. Sarriette is also known as Provençal de Poivre D’âne.

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