Unit weight: 1oz
Anethum graveolens Dill has been around for thousands of years. Romans in the first century were convinced that dill brought good luck. The name Dill, probably came from the Saxon word dillan, to lull, for its ability to soothe colicky babies and for the Greek tradition of covering the head with dill leaves to induce sleep. Dill leaves have a flavor that is pungent and slightly tangy, almost caraway tasting. Dill is one of the best complements for many foods not to mention their importance to dill pickles. Fresh leaves loose their flavor quickly when being cooked. For this reason it is always best to add them as near the end of the cooking cycle as possible. There is quite a difference between the flavor of fresh and dried dill weed.
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