Sprinkle it on your smoked salmon. Chew on it to combat wind. Or enjoy it as a delicate, slightly spicy herbaceous note, in fragrances. (Mostly men’s, but a few shared and women’s scents; it goes really well with other aromatics, such as fennel, licorice, tarragon, basil and fennel, in aromatic and ambrée creations.) Botanically, dill’s known as Anethum graveolens, and originates from the Med, and southern Russia.
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