Dill is an herb that’s found throughout European and Asian cuisines.
Also called dill weed,
the plant has slender stems with alternating soft leaves and brown, flat, oval seeds.
While the leaves have a sweet,
dill seeds are more aromatic,
with a slight citrus flavor that’s similar to caraway seeds.
As herb and spice,
dill is commonly used to elevate the flavor of various dishes.
It’s often paired with salmon, potatoes, and yogurt-based sauces.
In addition to culinary uses,
dill is rich in several nutrients and has traditionally been used to treat various ailments,
including digestive issues,
colic in infants, and bad breath.
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This article reviews the nutritional and health benefits of dill,
as well as ways to use it in cooking.
One cup (9 grams) of fresh dill sprigs provides approximately:
Vitamin C: 8% of the Daily Value (DV)
Manganese: 5% of the DV
Vitamin A: 4% of the DV
Folate: 3% of the DV
Iron: 3% of the DV
Fresh dill is very low in calories,
yet a surprisingly good source of several essential vitamins and minerals,
vitamin C, manganese, and vitamin A.
Fresh dill is low in calories,
yet a good source of many essential nutrients,
including vitamin C, magnesium, and vitamin A.
Dill is rich in a variety of plant compounds that may have numerous benefits for health,
including protection against heart disease and certain forms of cancer.
Additionally, dill may help lower blood sugar levels, but more human studies are needed
Harvest method: manual
*Bulk ( Each Carton ) : 4 Kgr
*Retails: 40 gr
*Number of boxes per cartons : 24
*Number of Cartons per pallets : 72
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