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aniseed

(ăn′ĭ-sēd′)
n.
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aniseed

aromatic seed sometimes observed as a taint in meat. The taste is due to essential oils in the aniseed plant. See also anise.
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It could be concluded from this study, that supplementing anise seed or karkade flower at level of 6 kg/Ton feed improve broiler performance, decrease fat-pad, microbial count in the duodenum and colon.
loose black tea leaves 2 star anise or 1 teaspoon anise seed 2 cinnamon sticks (each about 3 in.
Add the cardamom seeds, anise seeds and coriander seeds and stir, toasting for ten to 20 seconds or until fragrant.
Respiratory ailments: Turmeric, anise seeds and cumin seeds stimulate respiratory secretion.
Anise seeds are used as analgesic in migraine and also as carminative, aromatic, disinfectant, and diuretic in traditional medicine .
Today anise seeds are an important natural raw material which is used for pharmaceutics perfumery food and cosmetic industries.
The Archer Farms selection offers some very unusual spices that we could not find among the national brand offerings, including saffron, whole nutmeg, lavender, cardamom pods and anise seeds.
Prince, who has been having live demonstrations at the fair since Saturday, baked pastries and cooked English scones, fish stew with saffron and anise seeds, and dessert with toffee.
Cumin, fennel, anise seeds and cardamom made into warm drinks relieve gas, indigestion and gastric pain too.
Pan de muerto "bread of the dead" (serves 20) Ingredients: 125g butter, 125ml milk, 550g plain flour, 2tsp dry yeast, 1tsp salt, 1tbsp anise seeds, 190g caster sugar, 4 eggs, 190ml orange juice, 2tbsp orange zest, icing sugar, to decorate Method: Pop the butter, milk and 125ml water in a pan over a medium heat until the butter has melted and the mixture is nearly boiling.
As a customer narrates his woes of abdominal pain Nasser pops out the anise seeds, used to treat general abdominal pain, colic, indigestion, menstrual cramps, coughs and headaches.
CARRY fennel seeds, anise seeds or cloves to chew on after meals or whenever you feel your breath is in need of sweetening.