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A herb, probably most famous for it's inclusion in Hollandaise andBéarnaise Sauce.
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Also called Dragons Wort. It is thought to be worthy of a connection to dragons, no-one is sure whether this relates to it fiery tang or from it's serpent like roots but it is believed to cure bites from venomous creatures, however now adays it is primarily used for cooking!
A few leaves shredded into scrambled egg raise this simple dish to a new level.
Leaves are rich in essential Iodine, Vitamins A and C as well as trace elements and beneficial mineral salts. In time gone by chewing the root of Tarragon was claimed to cure toothache.
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