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Dill
 

Pictured above; Dill

 
 
 
 

Dill, common name for a fennel like annual or biennial herb of the parsley family or its dried, ripe fruit, or seeds, and leafy tops; these are used to season foods, particularly in eastern Europe and Scandinavia. Native to Mediterranean countries and south eastern Europe, dill is widely cultivated in Europe, India, North America and the UK.

Dill has a strong, aromatic taste somewhat similar to caraway that is used in Europe to flavor bread, soups, stews, sauces, fish, cucumber and pickles with the Indians using it to flavor lentil or bean dishes. Mixed with other herbs it is fantastic in a herb flavored vinegar that will compliment any salad.
 

 
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Chinese Chopsticks taper to a rounded end, Japanese taper to a pointed end and Korean taper to a blunted end.
Chopsticks are traditionally held in the right hand only, and in East Asia, as in Muslim nations, the left hand is used in the toilet.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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