Appreciated in the Middle Ages as an aphrodisiac, we know the taste of anise only too well: ouzo and liquorice contain a particularly high amount of this special flavouring. It is also well known for its use in Indian cuisine, but it is equally tasty with fish due to its refreshing flavour. Pound in a mortar just before use.
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Store in a cool and dry place
vegan, vegetarian, without addition of salt
Note: In order to ensure the availability in the event of crop failures and supply bottlenecks, the raw material can come from another farmer or country of origin.
This product does not contain any allergens
Nutrition facts per 100g
- calorific value: 1585 kJ
- calorific value: 385 kcal
- fat: 24.90 g
- - thereof sat. fatty acid: 1.10 g
- carbohydrate: 1.20 g
- - thereof sugar: 1.10 g
- protein: 18.50 g
- salt: 0.01 g