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Fennel pollen


Fennel Pollen is collected from wild fennel. Flowers are picked at full bloom, and then dried and screened to assure the sweetest and best flavor possible. Often referred to as the Spice of Angels, Fennel Pollen makes any ordinary dish extraordinary.

Suggested Use: Use as a dry rub on meats before roasting or grilling, sprinkle on top of fish, or substitute for saffron in rice, pasta, or risotto dishes. In Italy it is used to make a fennel pollen pesto.
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Substitute for fennel pollen

Finely ground fennel seeds

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