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Savory : Medicinal Uses & Benefits Winter savory, and its annual cousin summer savory, Satureja hortensis, are known mainly as culinary herbs, though they do possess medicinal properties. Savory is a carminative herb recommend for gas and digestive upsets, including colic, diarrhea and indigestion. Its antiseptic and astringent properties make it a good treatment for sore throats. A poultice of the leaves gives quick relief to insect bites.
Growing and Using Summer Savory
Summer savory. Can be used instead of salt/pepper and has a flavor similar to thyme. You can mince summer savory and combine with bread crumbs for coating fish or vegetables such as squash before sautÃ©ing. Use it in potato dishes, tomato sauces, meatballs or vegetable juices. It's also great in egg dishes such as omelets and frittatas.
Schaubel Zup (Green Bean Soup)
Mennonite Girls Can Cook: Schaubel Zup (Green Bean Soup). My grandma would make this soup in the summer with fresh garden vegetables. This recipe is a lot like hers, but do NOT boil the veggies for an hour. Gross. I do 15 min. for the potatoes, 10 for the carrots, 5 for the green beans. Dill is better than thyme if you can't get summer savory.
GERMAN SAUSAGE SOUP
GERMAN SAUSAGE SOUP: 1 lb sausage, cooked and in small pieces 1 medium onion, diced 1/2- 3/4 lb fresh green beans, cut into halves or thirds, depending on original length 3-4 medium sized russet potatoes, scrubbed and diced 1 can- 1 lb mushrooms 6 cups water 3 beef bouillon cubes 1 TBSP seasoning salt 1 tsp dried basil 1 tsp Summer Savory seasoning