It has a fragrant odor and taste. It has been used for centuries and may be found growing wild in many parts of the world, especially dry limestone soils near the sea-coast and upon river-banks
Flavor/Aroma:Close to licorice and anise
Use: Fennel features prominently in Mediterranean cuisine, in side dishes, salads, pastas, vegetable dishes such as artichoke dishes in Greece, and risottos. Fennel seed is a common ingredient in Italian sausages and meatballs and northern European rye breads. Science has shown that fennel works as an anti-inflammatory and an anti-spasmodic
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