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This variety works for
Summer savory has a more delicate, sweet aroma than its sister-plant, winter savory.
It is used as a substitute for sage in Canadian dishes to flavor dressings such as cretonnade. It is also used to flavor beans and is part of the standard "herbs de Provence" mixture used in French cooking. Summer savory also makes an excellent addition to sausage seasonings and stew.