Growing Caraway will provide you with a fresh source of spice that is adaptable and stores well. The seeds have a pungent, anise-like flavor and are a rich source of dietary fiber. Caraway is most commonly used as a spice in breads, particularly rye bread. It is also used in cabbage, stews, liqueurs, and desserts. Additionally, caraway can be cooked as a root vegetable while the leaves can be consumed as herbs. Caraway thrives in warm, sunny locations and well-drained soil rich in organic matter. It is a biennial so it sets seed in its second year. Start growing caraway today so you can add the characteristic flavor to your spice rack!
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