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Fennel is a perennial plant of the Apiaceae family.
Of Mediterranean origin, fennel has been cultivated since ancient Greece.
Fennel seeds are easily recognizable with their flavor with notes of anise and lemongrass.
They are refreshing and can be used in both sweet and savory dishes.
The fennel seeds will bring freshness to your preparations. In terms of dosage, we recommend that you sprinkle them in moderation at first and then adjust the amounts according to your taste.
They are generally used to flavor soups, marinades, meats, bread, and they go very well with grilled fish.
You can also use fennel seeds to make herbal teas and infusions or with alcohol macerations such as arranged rums.
To enhance your preparations, we recommend that you roast your fennel seeds for a few minutes in a very hot pan to bring out all the flavors.
Fennel seeds are very rich in antioxidants and they have anti-inflammatory properties.
They contain fiber and promote digestion.
With their fresh and anise taste, they eliminate bad breath.
They help fight against cholesterol and promote the prevention of cardiovascular disease.
To benefit from all the virtues of fennel, we offer you an easy-to-make herbal tea recipe.
It suffices to infuse 2 to 3 g of fennel seeds in 20 cl of boiling water for about ten minutes. Add a spoon of honey and enjoy.
However, it is recommended not to consume more than 7 gr. Fennel per day for an extended period of at least two weeks without first consulting your doctor.