Bay Leaf: A Culinary Secret of Mediterranean Cuisine
Bay leaves grow on a plant that reaches heights of 1 to 3 meters and features many branches. The leaves are spear-shaped with a leathery texture, flexible and glossy. The plant produces small, spherical black fruits and thrives in hot, semi-arid, dry, and temperate climates from 10 to 2900 meters above sea level.
Bay Leaves: Beyond Cooking
Bay leaves are often used in cleaning and beauty products and have a positive impact on our health in ways we might not expect. They are primarily known for relieving stomach pain and are recommended for use as an infusion.
Health Benefits of Bay Leaves
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