Dill weed

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Dill is a magnificent aromatic plant, popular among all the people of the world. It is an undemanding plant, most often found in both garden beds and gardens. Its unique properties make it irreplaceable in cooking and medicine.
Even in the ancient Egyptian papyri, not only food, but also medicinal properties of dill were first mentioned. During trade trips, the Egyptian people took bunched of dill with them to improve digestion and neutralize the unpleasant taste of meat. Since then, the herb, as a spice, has taken root in Greece.


Dill is a healthy and tasty seasoning familiar to everyone from childhood. The piquant taste and tart aroma of dill cannot be confused with anything. And how many opportunities it gives to the cook! Dill is added to salads, soups, meat and fish, used for vegetable pickles and canned food, and simply decorates the dishes of the festive table. Just one graceful twig will add a touch of conviviality to your dishes.
But it’s not just the versatility of dill that makes it so popular. It is also extremely useful. Thin green twigs are full of vitamins and microelements useful and necessary for our body: Vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, nicotinic and folic acids, calcium, potassium, iron, phosphorus.
Dill is an unpretentious plant; it feels great even in a flowerpot on the windowsill. But why such difficulties? After all, you can just buy dried dill. It retains all the benefits of freshness, and it is a pleasure to use it, and no extra hassle!