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Chervil has a sweet, aromatic flavor similar to Anise and Parsley.

Chervil (Anthriscus cereifolium) is an aromatic herb, a member of the parsley or carrot family, and indigenous to the areas around the Black and Caspian Seas. It is an essential ingredient of fines herbes, widely used in French cuisine. Chervil has a mild flavor suggestive of anise, and is a great addition to potato salad, egg dishes, soups and tossed salads. When used in cooked dishes, it should be added near the end of cooking to avoid flavor loss.

Some varieties of chervil also have edible roots which are like small turnips.




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