COOKING WITH FENNEL POLLEN 101
With the rise of the internet in the last decade, it seems that there is always a new fad that everyone is trying or wants to try. The online community of foodies, for example, loves finding new ingredients and flavors to pull together delicious meals or put twists on traditional meals. But not many outside of the foodie community are consistently trying new foods. That's why many people may not realize what a great kitchen staple fennel pollenis. Read on for the basics of what you should know about the spice!
What is Fennel Pollen?
Fennel pollen comes from a fennel plant, and is a dry herb. It can be used in numerous ways, as its unique flavor allows it to be versatile.
Are herbs really essential to my diet?
Absolutely! Herbs have chemical compounds which have anti-spasmodic, carminative, diaphoretic, analgesic, aphrodisiac, deodorant, digestive, antiseptic, lipolytic (weight loss), stimulant and stomachic actions when taken with the right dosage. They contain anti-oxidants, essential oils, vitamins, phyto-sterols and many other nutrients as well. This helps the body fight germs and toxins while boosting immunity levels. Fennel in particular has a high Vitamin C level which helps the immune system, in addition to being rich in fiber which lowers cholesterol levels.
How can I use fennel?
The possibilities are endless! Fennel pairs well with every meat when used the right way. You can use it in combination with other spices in a dry rub or marinade, or use a bit more and let it take center stage as the spice of the dish. You can really do almost anything with it, which is why fennel is so great.
Have you tried fennel pollen lately? What did you think?
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