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    Dietary Information:

    • Organic
    • Peanut Free
    • Vegan
    • Gluten-Free
    • Dairy Free
    • Non GMO



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    Dill Weed

    Dill Weed





    dill weed. manufactured in a facility that also processes mustard.





    Usage Tips:

    with its delicate flavour, dill weed is great for enhancing fish, shellfish, vegetables and dips. it also makes a great addition to green salads, potato salads, cucumber salads, soups and marinades.


    store in a cool, dry place in an airtight container.

    Point of Interest:

    dill is a tall, feathery plant in the same family as anise, fennel, cilantro, caraway and cumin. it imparts a lemony-pine essence to cooking, with flavours reminiscent of caraway and fennel. both dill weed and dill seed come from the same plant. dill weed refers to the leaf and stem portion while dill seed refers to the seed-like fruit of the plant. dill weed and dill seed are so different, however, that the two are generally not substituted for one another. dill seed has a stronger, slightly bitter flavour while dill weed has a more delicate, mellow flavour. both are sometimes used together in foods such as pickles, salad dressings, vinegars, and sauces.

    dried dill weed can be used as a substitute for fresh dill, particularly in dishes that require long cooking times where dried dill weed can hold up better than fresh dill.

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