Did you know? In Latin, Sea Fennel is called Crithmum maritimum.
Taste: Sea Fennel has a distinctively crisp and salty taste.
Uses: Sea Fennel is considered particularly suitable for many fish and seafood dishes. The succulent leaves and stalks of sea fennel can be boiled or steamed and eaten in the same manner as asparagus. The highly aromatic and salty leaves can also be used fresh in salads. Furthermore, the young leaves, stems, and seeds can be used in pickle making.
Health Benefits: Sea Fennel includes Vitamin C, flavonoids, antioxidant properties and improves weight loss.
- May Contain Celery/Mustard
- Country Of Origin
- United Kingdom, South Africa
- Seasonal Availability
- Year Round
- Shelf Life
- 5 Days
- Keep Refrigerated