Anise Extract

Large square anise extract
Anise flavoring has a strong, elusive flavor, used in liquors and baked goods. This aromatic extract is called for in Italian and German baking, especially biscotti and Christmas cookies.
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Oddly enough, we first stocked this extract in response to fishermen who swore they caught more fish when they put it on their bait! In addition to this use, anise extract is used for homemade liquors or Galliano, anise tuiles, pfefferneusse cookies and pizelle. A few drops can be used to replace ground or whole anise seed in a recipe.

Contents: All flavor ingredients contained in this product are approved for use in a regulation of the Food and Drug Administration, or in a reliable published industry list. It also contains water and alcohol.

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