What Is a Dill Sprig?

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A dill sprig is a leaf, which is usually dark green in colour that is found on dill weeds. The sprigs are characteristically wispy and they resemble ferns. They are usually used as a food additive as they have a sweet taste and a rich aroma.
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Dill is a type of herb. click this link to find out more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dill.
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About 3/4 of a teaspoon dill seeds would be
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They really aren't interchangeable and impart two different flavors. Read this: Dill Seed and Dill Weed are not good substitutions for each other. The seed has a camphorous, slightly
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We use a complete full dried head (Blosom) of dill in each qt jar. I would think that would at least be about a teaspoon of seed. I read a trick for when your dill is ready to cut
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