In ancient Greece, the laurel became the sacred tree of Apollo according to the myth in which Apollo fell in love with the beautiful nymph Daphne, who vowed celibacy. The nymph did not accept the love of the golden-headed Apollo and fled from him, praying to the gods to help her escape from the Olympian, preserving chastity. And then the gods turned the nymph into a beautiful laurel tree. Since then, the laurel has become not only the sacred tree of Apollo, but also the personification of chastity and purity. Add 2-3 sheets to dishes 5-10 minutes before being cooked, to add flavor.
Add 2-3 sheets to dishes 5-10 minutes before being cooked, to add flavor.