1/2 Cup Jar – 1.3 oz.
Ingredients Include: Anise Seed
Anise seed (also spelled aniseed) is native to the Mediterranean and Middle East and comes from the same family as cumin, caraway, fennel, and dill. Historically, anise seed was used to aid in digestion and was often consumed in cakes following large meals. In fact, it is thought that the tradition of serving cake at weddings originated from the ancient Roman practice of serving mustaceum, a cake spiced with anise seed and wrapped in bay leaves, at the end of large feasts.
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