Dill is a hardy annual native to the Mediterranean region. In Biblical times it was know by its Greek name, Anethon. The common name "Dill" comes from the old Norse word, dilla (to lull) and alludes to its historical medicinal properties as a carminative.
Typically used as a culinary herb, the fine, tender parts of the plant are finely chopped and added to sauces. Also used fresh in pickling. Seeds and leaves are also used dried as a seasoning. Each packet contains 0.5 gram, which is approximately 180 seeds.
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