Fennel

Fennel offers light anise flavor and delicate aroma in its bulbs and leaves. The crisp, white bulbs have gained favor with home cooks for both raw and cooked preparations. Sliced bulbs are often grilled or roasted to bring out their subtle sweetness, and ...
Fennel offers light anise flavor and delicate aroma in its bulbs and leaves. The crisp, white bulbs have gained favor with home cooks for both raw and cooked preparations. Sliced bulbs are often grilled or roasted to bring out their subtle sweetness, and they also bring a crunchy, aromatic element to raw salads. The fine, frond-like leaves are used as garnish and to impart subtle anise flavor to meat, poultry, and vegetable dishes.

Average Seed Count: 7000/oz; 100,000-120,000/lb.

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