Anise Seeds

  • Anise Seeds
  • Anise Seeds Premium Small Bag
  • Europeans use anise in cakes, cookies, and sweet breads. In the Middle East and India, it is used in savory soups and stews. Its licorice-like flavor is popular in candies and anise oil is used in liqueurs.
  • Country of Origin: Turkey
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Product Description

Anise seeds are beautifully functional. Similar to fennel, anise seeds possess the slightly licorice flavor and scent from the essential oil known as anethole that makes these seeds a delightful addition to baked goods and savory dishes as well as making a useful tea. Food to Live carries premium quality anise seeds that you can buy in bulk from the comfort of home — without a trip to the health food store or international market.

Health benefits of anise seeds

Since anise seeds have an antibacterial quality, simply chewing on a small amount of seeds can be helpful in eliminating the bacteria that cause bad breath. They are often offered in Indian restaurants to diners who have finished their meals.

These seeds have antispasmodic properties making them a useful aid as a tea in countering flatulence and other uncomfortable digestive issues. Those having bronchial irritation due to a cough can get relief from a soothing tea made of anise seeds.

As with all seeds, each anise seed carries the creation of an entire plant, containing B-complex vitamins and minerals such as potassium, magnesium, calcium, manganese and zinc which can be associated with heart, bone, muscle, and immune health.

How to use anise seeds from Food to Live

Anise seeds are well known as an ingredient in Springerle cookies, which are traditional German biscuits rolled in crushed anise seeds giving them a light licorice flavor.

But anise seeds are also used in Indian cooking, and you can also add these tasty, nutritious seeds to a number of dishes, sweet or savory. They combine nicely with the flavors of rice, nuts and dried fruits, while providing each dish with a healthful boost.

Order your anise seeds from Food to Live today, and begin enjoying their flavor and health benefits!

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  1. 5 out of 5

    This is the product used in all my baked goods, I do not like to be without it. It brings out the flavor in my cakes.

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  2. 5 out of 5 So happy with the Anise Seeds I ordered!

    The seeds had a robust, delicious aroma that makes a wonderful tea and is great in baking. They are also tasty as a smidgen in salad dressing herbs.

    I have ordered anise seeds from other sites and been disappointed that they didn’t seem fresh — the aroma was not strong and vibrant. The Food2Live anise is … perfect.

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  3. 5 out of 5

    Okay..don’t laugh…but I am tired of my dogs eating their cr**…1/2 tsp in their food stops it. I bought the big bag. Nothing worse than that furp in your face that tells you they’ve been at the snicker bars again!

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