I've not seen it in my local stores but I have a recipe I'd like to use. If it isn't kosher for passover, anyone know why not? Any ideas for good substitutions (I'm thinking oregano but wondering if something else is better)?
The fresh herb is, as far as dried goes I haven't seen any with certification.
I'm pretty sure it's fairly similar to oregano.
It is similar to oregano. Buy some fresh leaves and let them dry out on a counter and get crunchy. I grow a lot of my own herbs and do that. They're worlds better than purchased dry herbs.
Thanks for the tip!
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