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Oregano leaves are often more flavorful when used dry than they are fresh. Consider drying bunches of the herb in a dark, well ventilated place over the summer so that you'll be well stocked for winter meals.
You can use oregano in many dishes with tomato sauce such as pizza or lasagna, but you can also experiment by pairing it with grilled meats and fish. Oregano imparts a delicious flavor to mutton or lamb when paired with salt, pepper, and paprika.