Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) is a herbaceous plant. The stem is 1.5 to 2.5 m tall, pale green and resembles that of celery. The leaves are bright green, similar to those of fennel, up to 40 cm long. The bulb is large and round with a slight anise flavor, it can be eaten as a vegetable. The seeds are oblong, green-brown, similar to fennel seeds.
Fennel seeds are rich in essential oils. The anise flavor is due to the compound anethole, which is found in both anise and star anise. It also contains flavonoids and carbolic acid, and the seeds are rich in melatonin.
Fennel aids digestion as some of the essential oils in it stimulate the secretion of gastric juices and is beneficial for flatulence due to its carminative properties, and an infusion of the seeds is used for colic in newborns.
In cooking, it is used for fish, tomato sauce, marinades, vegetables, eggs. It is a main seasoning for Italian sausage. It is also used for sweets. In the national cuisines of India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Middle East, wild fennel seeds are a traditional spice. It is also one of the five ingredients of the Chinese mix. Fennel is also used to flavor and flavor natural toothpastes.
Fennel - dried seed.
Does not contain harmful substances or technological additives.
For culinary. The seeds have a pleasant anise aroma and are used as a seasoning for fish, cheeses, sausages, sauces, sweets.
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