Dill – Seeds – Anethum sowa. Also called Indian Dill, American Dill and European Dill, which is also referred to as true dill Anethum graveolens. Sometimes it will be spelled “dil seeds” and sometimes as “dillseed” as well. Dill seeds are actually the whole fruits of the herb. They are flat, oval shaped, tan or light brown, with tan stripes. With an anise undertone in flavor and a scent of sweet caraway, they are often used in breads, pickles, salad dressings, condiments, vinegars, cheese, and sausages. They can be used whole, crushed, or ground. The dill weed is the leaf and stem of the plant, which is the herb, while the seeds are the spice.
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