Oregano is a culinary herb with a warm, pungent, slightly bitter taste that varies in intensity depending on the climate in which it is grown. The name is derived from the Greek, meaning "joy of the mountains". Oregano is traditionally used in Italian, Spanish, Moroccan, and Mexican cuisines.
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