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Dill Weed, dried


The dried version of an aromatic herb which grows to 3ft tall with long feathery fronds and tiny yellow flowers and provides a slight anise flavor. Dried dill is a good substitute for fresh.  This dried herb should be replaced after about 6 months.
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Substitute for dill weed, dried

Dried tarragon

Equivalents

1 oz.   =   3/4 cup

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