|Flavor Profile:||Warm - Sweet Aroma|
|Cuisine:||Central and Eastern European|
Fennel, also known as “Foeniculum vulgare Mill,” is a flowering plant that belongs to the carrot family. Although originally from the Mediterranean region, it is now being cultivated along the coasts of many regions throughout the world. The flavor profile of fennel seeds is a lighter but sweeter version of anise seeds. Fennel can be used in a variety of applications such as breads, sauces, sausages, and rubs.