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Scientific name: Origanum vulgare
Family: Labiates (Lamiaceae)

Oregano is a popular culinary herb that is widely used especially in Mediterranean cuisine. It’s also known as real dost or wild marjoram – which sometimes causes it to be mistaken for its close relative marjoram, despite the fact that the two species have completely different flavours. The leaves of Origanum vulgare exude a tangy, spicy and somewhat sweet flavour that makes the dried herb a classic seasoning for pizza and many other dishes.