Use dill seed to add flavor to potato salads, salad dressings, sauerkraut, soups, cabbage, and meat dishes. Using Dill seed in pickles the most famous culinary use is a 400 year old tradition. Dill weed and dill seed comes form the same plant. Dill weed comes from dried dill leaves and is milder in flavor than kill seed. Dill derives it's name from the old Norse word "dilla" meaning "to lull" as it was used as a digestive aid and sedative.
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