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Caraway is an herb found in Europe and the Mediterranean regions that produces little fragrant flowers that have a very unique aroma and flavor. Its seeds are commonly used in baking different types of breads, soups, curries and stews. The caraway leaves and roots are also edible, as it is a member of the carrot family, and can be consumed for many different digestive problems.

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How to Grow Caraway

Caraway is a biennial herb that produces smooth, finely cut green leaves with little delicate and fragrant white flowers. This furrowed stem plant produces edible flowers and roots. Caraway has a delicious unique flavor that is great to use in baking and preserving.