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Fennel, Whole Seeds
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Fennel, Whole Seeds
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Fennel, Whole Seeds
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Fennel, Whole Seeds

Fennel Seeds

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Wild fennel is one of two scents we think of as distinctly Sicilian (the other being orange blossoms). Fragrant and mysterious, fennel has a taste similar to anise. Properly used, it adds a royal note to biscotti, candies and herbal tea and is a key ingredient in Kashmiri and Gujarati cuisine, as well as many of our favorite sausages. Also available in Ground Fennel Seeds.

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The use of fennel spice dates back thousands of years. Hindu and Chinese people used to use it as a cure for snake bites, while during the Middle Ages, Fennel was hung above doorways to ward off evil spirits. Our Ground Fennel Seeds add a sweetness to traditional dishes from Italy and the Mediterranean, the Middle East, and Scandinavia. It blends wonderfully with tomatoes, seafood, and pork. Ingredients: Fennel Seeds. 

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Sweet backbone to Mediterranean cooking

Fennel seeds are indispensable in Mediterranean cuisine. Great in Italian Sunday 'sauce' (tomato sauce) where you choose not to add meat, a great enhancer to steamed fish in parchment. I love to quickly toast the seeds in a skillet to bring out the anise flavor then crush the seeds with a mortar and pestle. When you get a waft of the smoky sweet aroma you'll want to use it everywhere.

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