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chloe seeds

Chloe seeds
Fennel seeds will give a “new life” to many of your recipes, they complement marinated fish, roasted pork, breads and sweets. Here at Daphnis and Chloe, we love blending them with raisins or chili flakes. Like any other herb or spice, fennel seeds will maintain their organoleptic and nutritious benefits for longer if grounded just before use. To make the best out of them, use a mortar and pestle or a grinder to powder them straight into the pot.

Fragrant Fennel Seeds

According to the myth, it was with a stalk of a fennel plant that Prometheus stole fire from gods and gave it to humans. Our subtle, sweet and warm fennel seeds come from a small farm in the island of Evia which specializes in the production of fennel.

Fennel seeds will give a “new life” to many of your recipes, they complement marinated fish, roasted pork, breads and sweets. Here at Daphnis and Chloe, we love blending them with raisins or chili flakes. Like any other herb or spice, fennel seeds will maintain their organoleptic and nutritious benefits for longer if grounded just before use. To make the best out of them, use a mortar and pestle or a grinder to powder them straight into the pot.

This is the glass jar version. Fennel is also available is clear sachets.

Chloe seeds
Fennel seeds will give a “new life” to many of your recipes, they complement marinated fish, roasted pork, breads and sweets. Here at Daphnis and Chloe, we love blending them with raisins or chili flakes. Like any other herb or spice, fennel seeds will maintain their organoleptic and nutritious benefits for longer if grounded just before use. To make the best out of them, use a mortar and pestle or a grinder to powder them straight into the pot.

Fragrant Fennel Seeds

According to the myth, it was with a stalk of a fennel plant that Prometheus stole fire from gods and gave it to humans. Our subtle, sweet and warm fennel seeds come from a small farm in the island of Evia which specializes in the production of fennel.

Fennel seeds will give a “new life” to many of your recipes, they complement marinated fish, roasted pork, breads and sweets. Here at Daphnis and Chloe, we love blending them with raisins or chili flakes. Like any other herb or spice, fennel seeds will maintain their organoleptic and nutritious benefits for longer if grounded just before use. To make the best out of them, use a mortar and pestle or a grinder to powder them straight into the pot.

Choose between this version or the premium caddy.