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Licorice

Other names: Liquorice

Licorice is a legume, Glycyrrhiza glabra, (same family as a pea) and is well known for the extract made from the bulb of the plant. The extract is used to make licorice flavored candy (very popular in Europe) and is the flavor used to make root beer. In China the plant still has many medicinal uses.
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Substitute for licorice

Anise extract

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