The bay (Laurus nobilis) is a bush or perennial tree that belongs to the family of the Lauraceae
It is originally from the Mediterranean area, and its leaves are used as condiment in the kitchen.
It is used as a condiment in stews, roasts and soups.
Bay leafs can be used fresh or dry, but the dry ones have a more intense taste.
It should be used carefully, as its flavour is released slowly.
Albacore piece with garnished vinagrette
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- Cuisine type: 5th range cuisine
- Temperature: Hot
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