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Fennel is popular with its versatile and deliciously sweet taste.It is related to the parsley family. The white bulb, stalks and the green leaves can all be eaten. Fennel is crunchy and slightly sweet and refreshing to taste. There are a lot of ways to cook fennel, but the most popular is fennel salad. They can also be cooked in lots of dishes.
The nutrients from fennel are Vitamin C with 17.4%, next is fiber, potassium, manganese, folate, iron and vitamin B3.
Fennel is grown in south Queensland and the southern states in Australia.
Fennel is recognized for its slight aniseed taste and can be bought at your local green grocer.