Fennel (Finocchio) –Clearly Explained by Dani Spies
How To Buy, Store, Prep & Work With Fennel
Fennel is called Finocchio in Italian – (Fee no’ key oh). I put it in my salad sliced up to almost look like a raw onion. If you have not ever had Fennel and if you do like anise you’ll love it. Give it a try and Dani explains this very well.
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