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With its licorice flavor, you either love anise or hate it, but it has varied uses in the kitchen, from flavoring desserts and candy to even seasoning meat. If not highlighting anise as a flavor on its own, you can use anise in your spice mix for cakes and cookies or add a bit to coffee or hot chocolate. Anise goes well with pork, lamb, and beef—it regularly appears in sausage mix recipes, it can be added to a dry rub, or used in stews.

Anise Seed (Ground)

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