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Synonyms for aniseed

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Palate: The attack is fresh, with a distinctive feature marked by wormwood herb softened by aniseed notes.
Dancing Rain will retire there at the end of her career, as will [Listed-placed] Aniseed.
5% alcohol, it treats the drinker to concentrated flavours of plum, blackberry and aniseed beautifully rounded by aging in oak barrels.
THE KUSH: Aniseed If aniseed sets them off on a hyperactive wailing mission then it seems to have done the trick here for the Geordie band.
Italian piccante sausage - hot Italian sausage with white wine, aniseed, fennel, paprika and chilli
Fisherman's Friend last experienced such a spike in demand in November 2009 when the lozenge's pure aniseed ingredient was revealed to also be a component in the swine flu treatment Tamiflu.
Whether it is aniseed or apple-crumble - or chilli con carne - Birmingham Science City is urging under-16s to submit their own concoction.
Raki is traditionally produced by twice-distilling either pure suma or suma which was mixed with ethanol in traditional copper alembics and flavoring with aniseed subsequently.
Other fabulous Fisherman's Friend flavours include Sugar Free Blackcurrant, Aniseed, Sugar Free Mint, Sugar Free Lemon, and Original with no added sugar.
The formulation uses the same plant extracts as the Tammie Flu capsules, Star anise, star aniseed, + another herbal extract known to help, "extract of elderberry".
The product's covering is made of wheat flour, while ingredients of the filling include potatoes, peas, bay leaf, nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, mase, aniseed, white pepper, mustard and coriander.
The remaining 23 chapters present detailed discussion of the chemistry of specific spices: black pepper, small and large cardamom, ginger, turmeric, cinnamon and cassia, clove, nutmeg and mace, coriander, cumin, fennel, fenugreek, paprika, vanilla, ajowan, star anise, aniseed, garcinia, tamarind, parsley, celery, curry leaf and bay leaf.
From such exotic fare as Braised Snails and Squid; to hearty dishes like Stuffed Tomatoes and Peppers from Samos; to dining adventures like Fillet of Sea Bass on Aniseed Sabaglione, to sophisticated desserts like Red Berry Compote with Lemon Verbena Ice Cream, "Culina Mediterranea" is a cornucopia of wonderful meal time ideas and an enthusiastically recommended addition to personal, professional, academic, and library cookbook collections.