Anise seeds have a sweet taste, reminiscent of fennel and licorice, and are often used in baking, tincturing, and cordials. Sometimes spelled aniseed, the spice can be used whole or ground just before use. Try it in everything from fruit pies, cookies, and cakes to slaws, liquors, and meat dishes. Anise is also used to flavor many herbal remedies. It's potent, so start with a small amount!
Botanical Name: Pimpinella anisum Origin: Turkey
Net Wt 2 oz (56g)
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