Caraway Uses – What To Do With Caraway Plants
|Caraway Uses – What To Do With Caraway Plants||Darrell Miller||03/21/19|
March 21, 2019 01:25 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Caraway Uses – What To Do With Caraway Plants
Caraway — a relative of such culinary staples as cumin, fennel and dill — has a number of different applications in the kitchen and beyond. Caraway typically grows from Europe to parts of Western Asia, and is a biennial herb with a natural sweetness to it. Widely associated with rye bread, caraway seeds can be used to flavor a variety of pork, fish and vegetable dishes, including sauerkraut. The leaves and roots can be eaten as well, and the essential oil can be added to cosmetics.
- This biennial herb is a plant that originated from Europe as well as Western Asia.
- The leaves of the caraway are eight inches in length, and they somewhat resemble carrots.
- The flavor of the caraway plant is regarded as sweet and almost like tasting licorice.
"There are a plethora of caraway uses, primarily for use in cooking but also to cure medical woes."
Read more: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/caraway/what-to-do-with-caraway-plants.htm