Bay leaves, when broken release the volatile oils, have a pungent, warm aroma with fresh camphor notes and a sharp, lingering astringency. The flavor is similarly pungent, sharp, bitter and persistent. Bay leaves are mostly associated with long, slow-cooking recipes and are considered to be indispensable in many different soups, stews, and casseroles.
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