Licorice Root, Organic Chopped

The intensely sweet and heady flavor of licorice is so indescribable that it’s often considered a taste category of its very own. It can be paired with sweet or savory dishes, and is often found in Chinese braised meats, Italian baked goods, herbal teas, liquors and candies.


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These dried licorice root pieces are a handy form for adding to marinades and broths. Steep with your tea leaves for a natural sweetness, or use in home brewing beer or making liquors. In some places, pieces of licorice are chewed as a natural breath freshener.

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