If there is one smell that can instantly transport you to the Baltics, its dill. The fresh herb is absolutely everywhere, and not just in the places you would expect (pickles, on salmon, as a garnish), but on pizza, sushi, soups and sandwiches.
Itâ€™s not just the location of the herb; itâ€™s also the copious amount present in, almost every Baltic dish.
There is however, a very good reason for this. Dill (Anethum graveolens) with origins in Eastern Europe has been used in medicine, as an herb and in many other capacities for thousands of y...
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