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aniseed

(ăn′ĭ-sēd′)
n.
See anise.

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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The key ingredient star anise - or pure aniseed - is also contained in the swine flu treatment Tamiflu.
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The oil produced by a process of steam extraction, is substituted for European aniseed in commercial drinks.
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Its fruits known as aniseed were used as traditional medicine in China as early as in the 5th century.
A police officer answered the door to Yummy Yummy, which sells Victorian-style sweets such as lemon bonbons, kola cubes, aniseed balls and apple laces, but referred queries to Scotland Yard.
Carafes full of strong tea offered warmth in the drafty room, but some who were feeling festive drained a bottle of raki, an aniseed liquor with an alcohol content slightly higher than most whiskeys.
Raki is a traditional alcoholic drink made with aniseed.
Aniseed (Pimpinella anisum) is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae native to the eastern Mediterranean region and Southwest Asia.
Italian piccante sausage - hot Italian sausage with white wine, aniseed, fennel, paprika and chilli
Fisherman's Friend last experienced such a spike in demand in November 2009 when the lozenge's pure aniseed ingredient was revealed to also be a component in the swine flu treatment Tamiflu.
Whether it is aniseed or apple-crumble - or chilli con carne - Birmingham Science City is urging under-16s to submit their own concoction.