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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 seasoning meat. It's the primary flavor for Peruvian pan chuta, it's used in seasonings like Egyptian dukkah and Indian garam masala, and you can even make a tea with the seeds. Anise also goes well with pork, lamb, and beef, so adding some to your sausage or dry rubs is a surefire win.

Anise Seed (Whole)

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