The lemon thyme or Thymus x citriodorus is a well-known variety of the thyme which is used to spice up on cookery. The flowers of these sprouts are very characteristic, it has strong thyme flavour and a lemon aftertaste.
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Lemon thyme or Thymus x citriodorus. It is a variety of thyme that we know and that is used in cooking to spice. This plant is a sub-shrub.
From the lemon thyme, not only the flower is edible but, as in the common thyme, the bud is also used for flavouring. The buds are dark green with a yellowish tone and they offer an intense lemon scent. It is ideal to give a citrus touch to recipes.
The good thing about lemon thyme is that it can be used for any recipe: in a salad, a stew, with fish, meat and sauces.
From this plant, essential oils containing thymol and monoterpene volatile phenols are extracted, which act as an antibacterial and antifungal agent. But in addition to this, the lemon thyme has other properties, standing out the following ones:
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