Those looking for a natural, aniseed or licorice-like flavor should try fennel seeds (Foeniculum vulgare). These are a natural, raw, vegan source of this delicious ingredient. This herb has many uses. It is often used as an ingredient in salad dressings, flavored salt and teas, and as an herb.
Fennel is a slender perennial plant and one of the world's most popular and used spices with many culinary uses. The flowers can be used as a finishing herb and flavoring for delicate spirits. The seeds are used for all kinds of food, even the roots are often used as medicine.
What are fennel seeds good for?
Fennel is rich in fiber but also magnesium and potassium, which can help maintain normal blood pressure. The unique flavor of fennel seeds makes them an excellent addition to any salad.
The main ingredient, in addition to many active substances, in fennel is a volatile oil with a complex structure. The herb works well for digestion.
Uses of fennel seeds
Raw fennel seeds chewed after meals work well for both digestion and for fresher breath. Ground fennel can be used in everything from soups and stews to stews and bread. Also gives a fresh taste to spring rolls and rice noodle soups. The herb can also be drunk as an infusion.
Use: The herb can be used in everything from soups to stews and bread. Infusion: 1 tablespoon of fennel seeds (preferably crushed), pour into a cup of boiling water, mix and leave covered for 10-15 minutes. Strain and drink 2-3 times a day, half a glass for adults, a tablespoon for children and a teaspoon for infants.
Storage: Dry and cool. Out of reach of small children.
Country of origin: Poland
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