The Greeks and the Romans knew about origan, but it's still unclear exactly which species they used. Perhaps, it was Origanum Vulgare which grows wild in the greek mountains.
The name means "Joy of the mountain" from the greek oros which means "mountain" and ganos meaning "joy".
Best known for its use in tomato sauce, on pizza and spaghetti. Widely used to flavor sautéed vegetables, roasted and stewed beef, pork, poultry, black beans, zucchini, eggplant and shellfish.
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