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Spices: Lucknow Fennel (with grinder)


1.8 oz jar

Lucknow Fennel is a sweet, grassy variety known for having bright green, small, ridged seeds that can be applied to savory and sweet dishes alike. Click on this item to see the full description.

Description: Burlap & Barrel's Fennel is grown in the hot, arid northern state of Rajasthan in India on the family farm of our partner farmer, Negi. They love these seeds tempered in oil or ghee with cumin and chili flakes and poured over roasted root vegetables, added to a poaching liquid for fish or crushed and rolled into a shortbread dough.

Origin: Rajasthan, India
Process: Sun-dried
Ingredients: Lucknow-variety fennel seeds (Foeniculum vulgare)
Tasting notes: Licorice • Hazelnut • Dried Mint
Pairs well with: Kashmiri Chili Powder, New Harvest Turmeric, Red River Coriander

Added whole to curries, braises or soups
Crushed and mixed with savory spices for a protein rub

Burlap & Barrel

Burlap & Barrel is building new international spice supply chains that are equitable, transparent and traceable. We connect­ smallholder spice farmers to high-value markets, we educate consumers about the impact of product traceability on human rights, and we emphasize unique products with terroir that are grown biodynamically using traditional techniques. We work to end inequality and exploitation in food systems that disenfranchise skilled, serious artisans along the entire chain. Mainstream conversations around food sustainability rarely consider the people involved in growing, harvesting, transporting, processing and cooking food. Sustainability is discussed in terms of environmental impact, or the comfort of livestock providing meat, dairy or eggs. We believe that the standard measures of sustainability must evolve to consider the conditions in which the farmers who drive global food supply chains earn their livelihoods. Single origin ingredients draw attention to the unique environments in which incredible ingredients grow and to the farmers with the expertise and commitment to grow them well.

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