Fennel

(Foeniculum) F. vulgare variety dulce is the botanical name for this half-hardy or biennial, Sweet Fennel. This herb resembles Dill, but its finely divided, anise-scented foliage is light green instead of blue green and its stems are solid, not hollow like Dill's. Sweet Fennel can grow 4 to 6 feet high in flower. The yellow clusters of flowers aren
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Fennel

(Vegetarian) crisp, fragrant vegetable with a mild licorice flavor. Its edible bulb and stalks can be used like celery, and the seeds for seasoning. For those who are lucky enough to have Tom's of Maine products in their favorite supermarkets, there is a wonderful natural toothpaste made from Fennell. ADA approved, no sugar, with a wonderful taste
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fennel

[n] - any of several aromatic herbs having edible seeds and leaves and stems 2. [n] - aromatic bulbous stem base eaten cooked or raw in salads 3. [n] - leaves used for seasoning
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Fennel

Fen'nel (fĕn'nĕl) noun [ Anglo-Saxon fenol , finol , from Latin feniculum , faeniculum , dim. of fenum , faenum , hay: confer French fenouil . Confer Fenugreek . Finochio .] (Botany) A perennial plant of the genus
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fennel

<botany> A perennial plant of the genus Faeniculum (F.vulgare), having very finely divided leaves. It is cultivated in gardens for the agreeable aromatic flavor of its seeds. 'Smell of sweetest fennel.' (Milton) 'A sprig of fennel was in fact the theological smelling bottle of the tender sex.' (S. G. Goodrich) Azorean, or Sweet, fennel, (Faen
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fennel

noun fennel seeds are ground and used as a spice or as an ingredient of a spice mixture
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fennel

noun any of several aromatic herbs having edible seeds and leaves and stems
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fennel

finocchio noun aromatic bulbous stem base eaten cooked or raw in salads
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fennel

noun leaves used for seasoning
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Fennel

• (n.) A perennial plant of the genus Faeniculum (F. vulgare), having very finely divided leaves. It is cultivated in gardens for the agreeable aromatic flavor of its seeds.
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fennel

(species Foeniculum vulgare), perennial or biennial aromatic herb of the family Apiaceae (Umbelliferae). According to a Greek myth, knowledge came ...
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Fennel

HMS Fennel was a British Flower Class corvette of 980 tons displacement launched in 1940. HMS Fennel was powered by two 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 16 knots. She carried a complement of 85 and was armed with one 4-inch dual-purpose gun; two 20 mm anti-aircraft guns and Hedgehog multiple spigot mortar.
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fennel

fennel, common name for several perennial herbs, genus Foeniculum vulgare of the family Umbelliferae (parsley family), related to dill. The strawlike foliage and the seeds are licorice-scented and are used (especially in Italian cooking) for flavoring. Sweet fennel, or finocchio, is a variety with a...
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Fennel

Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) is a perennial plant of the family Umbelliferae. It has an erect stem 80 - 100 cm high, numerous leaves deeply divided into soft hair-like segments and large terminal umbels of yellow flowers. The plant is aromatic, and the leaves are used in cooking.
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fennel

Type: Term Pronunciation: fen′ĕl Definitions: 1. Fennel seed, the dried ripe fruit of cultivated varieties of Foeniculum vulgare (family Umbelliferae), an herb native to southern Europe and Asia, a diaphoretic and carminative; a volatile oil distilled from the fruit is used as a flavoring.
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fennel

Any of several varieties of a perennial plant with feathery green leaves, belonging to the carrot family. Fennels have an aniseed (liquorice) flavour, and the leaves and seeds are used in seasoning. The thickened leafstalks of sweet fennel (F. vulgare dulce) are eaten as a vegetabl...
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Fennel

(besbass) Fennel has a distinctive smell rather like aniseed. The whole bulb is used as a vegetable with meat or mixed pickled vegetables with lemon. The feathery fronds are used in fish marinades. Fennel is good to ease kidney pains.
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Fennel

The seed of the fennel plant; a common ingredient in dry-cured sausages, imparting a licorice flavor
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Fennel

Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) is a flowering plant species in the celery family Apiaceae or Umbelliferae. It is the sole species in the genus Foeniculum. It is a hardy, perennial herb with yellow flowers and feathery leaves. It is indigenous to the shores of the Mediterranean but has become widely naturalized in many parts of the world, especially o
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Fennel

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