Net weight: 100 g
Tea fennel : 1 tablespoon fennel seeds pour cup of boiling water (200 ml) and mate with the lid of about 15 minutes.
Fennel can be used, among others as a tea, a spice for bread and one-pot dishes. Fennel fruits can also be added to the gingerbread as a spice that gives them a unique aroma.
Fennel is one of the most important spices used in St. Hildegard. She wrote about it: “Fennel is characterized by a pleasant warmth and in any way it is eaten, cheers up, gives that pleasant warmth …”
It is a precious spice used in the kitchen St. Hildegard. St. Hildegarda from Bingen is considered to be the largest medieval herbalist and expert in natural medicine, composer, and researcher of nature. Pope Benedict XVI established Saint. Hildegarda, Doctor of the Church in recognition of her contribution to the development of the Church’s teaching.
Ingredients: Fennel fruit (Foeniculum vulgare) 100%
Product may contain: gluten, peanuts, nuts, soya, sesame seeds, mustard.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Country of origin: depending on the supplier of the raw material or product