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The leaves of the Bay tree are very dark green in color with a leathery feel. In winter months, the tree can almost resemble an evergreen. When added to foods as fresh leaves, they provide m

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Submitted on Wednesday, April 27, 2011.

The leaves of the Bay tree are very dark green in color with a leathery feel. In winter months, the tree can almost resemble an evergreen. When added to foods as fresh leaves, they provide mild seasoning. When dried they will hold their shape well and add more pungent flavor. No doubt the bay leaf contributes to gumbo, soups and seafood in Cajun cuisine.

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