[Sca-cooks] hyssop substitute

Gretchen Beck grm at andrew.cmu.edu
Wed Jun 10 09:24:43 PDT 2009

I'm pretty sure you can purchase hyssop online:

<http://www.barryfarm.com/> has 1 oz bags for $1.89

toodles, margaret

--On Wednesday, June 10, 2009 11:19 AM -0500 "Pixel, Goddess and Queen"
<pixel at hundred-acre-wood.com> wrote:

> The Consort's person-at-arms is looking for hyssop to reproduce a chicken
> dish* she had at a feast, but she lives in a fairly rural area so she's
> not likely to find it at a health-food store. Is hyssop the sort of thing
> you can substitute--I don't know what it tastes like so I haven't been
> able to suggest anything. Gernot Katzer's page on it suggests that she
> could leave it out and increase the sage a bit, but I thought I'd check
> with the brain trust. ;-)
> Thanks!
> Margaret FitzWilliam
> *The recipe is one of the modern recipes off the GodeCookery site, but we
> want to encourage her non-fighting interests so I'm being good and
> holding my tongue on that part.
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