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A flavorful herb with medicinal properties
The fennel plant has been used since early days of recorded history for healing and nutrition. Its medicinal qualities are mentioned in the writings of the ancient Greeks and Romans and noted throughout Middle Eastern and British history. Fennel may be one of natures most useful and versatile herbs. The plant we cultivate today produces seeds (actually small fruit) and has a large bulb at its base thats consumed much like celery. Its significant culinary attributes belie its medicinal properties.
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