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        Sweet Basil

        Sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) is a culinary herb often used in Italian or Mediterranean food, though it is native to the warmest parts of Asia and India. It is the most popular of 40 or more varieties of basil, which come in a wide range of colors and mildly different flavors.

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        Sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) is a culinary herb often used in Italian or Mediterranean food, though it is native to the warmest parts of Asia and India. It is the most popular of 40 or more varieties of basil, which come in a wide range of colors and mildly different flavors.

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        Sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) is a culinary herb often used in Italian or Mediterranean food, though it is native to the warmest parts of Asia and India. It is the most popular of 40 or more varieties of basil, which come in a wide range of colors and mildly different flavors.

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        Sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) is a culinary herb often used in Italian or Mediterranean food, though it is native to the warmest parts of Asia and India. It is the most popular of 40 or more varieties of basil, which come in a wide range of colors and mildly different flavors.

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