Herbes de Provence Extra Virgin Olive Oil

This is an organic oil from Argentina. Think classic Provence! Savory thyme, fennel, basil, bay leaf, tarragon, lavender.

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  • 375ml
  • 750ml

$17.50

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Origin:  Argentina - Organic

Culinary Uses:  Salads, Seafood, Chicken, Marinade, Vegetables, Stew, Lamb

Pair with:  Black Currant, White Lemon

Ingredients:  Oil from olives, Thyme, Fennel, Basil, Bay Leaf, Tarragon, lavender

Nutrition:  1 T. = 120 calories, 9 grams fat

This is an organic oil from Argentina. Think classic Provence! Savory thyme, fennel, basil, bay leaf, tarragon, lavender - very exotic!  Flavors grilled foods such as fish and meat as well as stews and vegetables.

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Adrienne
09/1/2015

Personal Favorite!

I use the Herbes de Provence oil almost every day! It is such a perfect blend of herbs that I still have to find a dinner it doesn’t make better. I recently started using it on my Thanksgiving turkey receiving raves from family about the flavor and even cooking it provided to the outside of the turkey. The amount of flavor this oil contains is incredible and I will continue to make it part of weekday meals and larger gatherings. Plus it makes a great hostess gift or house warming present!

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Herbes de Provence Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Herbes de Provence Extra Virgin Olive Oil

This is an organic oil from Argentina. Think classic Provence! Savory thyme, fennel, basil, bay leaf, tarragon, lavender.

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