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Simply Organic Dill Weed Cut & Sifted Certified Organic, 0.81-Ounce Container
- 0.81 ounces; Glass bottle
- Organic dill weed with a delicate flavor for enhancing dressings, dips, gravies and sauces
- Certfied Organic; Kosher
- 1% of sales supports organic farming
- A Brand of Frontier Co-op, responsible to people and planet
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Suggested Uses:Dill's flavor has been described as a mix of anise, parsley and celery, its aroma as a combination of citrus, fennel and mint. The color and more delicate flavor of dill weed enhance rather than dominate a dish.While dill's claim to fame is the dill pickle, it's also excellent with fish, and in salads (potato, coleslaw, macaroni) and salad dressings, dips, sauces and gravies, cottage or cream cheese, breads, soups, and egg, bean, chicken, grain and meat dishes.
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Top Customer Reviews
The Simply Organic dill is great quality ... doesn't cake ... and it's organic! The bottle is very nice too. It always feels like a bit of luxury to have nice thick glass spice bottles instead of the inexpensive plastic bottles.
The price is great, the quality of the dill is nice, and the bottle - including the pouring top - is very nice. Overall I have no reservations in recommending this if you need some dill!
Try mixing some dill into fresh cream cheese before serving it with bagels & lox. They tend to sell chive cream cheese, but not dill cream cheese. I'm not sure why, because dill cream cheese on a bagel with salmon is fantastic.
The seller delivered fairly quickly, but the packing was Not the greatest. Everything was a mess in the box when I received it, and several of the little metal lids on these Nice glass containers were bent up. :(( to tell the truth, I was shocked that no glass was broken! Now, It kind of upsets me every time I go to use my seasonings, every day when preparing food in my kitchen, when I see these little dented up lids, and have to deal with trying to get these bent and dinged up lids to screw back onto the bottles correctly. I feel that the seller may not be aware of this, and should check on quality control of their packing department.
Other than that... I love this product! (and will order it again, and give the seller another try.)
(I will be duplicating this review on the other spices I bought, I can't say enough good things about using them but at the point of number 12 or 14 I would simply be repeating myself anyways! Use and enjoy these! They are amazing!)
1. The bottle was twice the size I was expecting. (I didn't pay close enough attention to product description.)
2. The price was the same as I pay for a bottle half the size (of non-organic) at my local grocery store
3. It's organic, and that's a plus since my regular dill brand isn't.
4. The aroma was strong and bold, and the flavor was just right! My salad was delicious, thanks to the dill.
I will be buying Simply Organic dill weed again!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
The product I received was no longer green. I love this brand and buy it fresh and beautifully green at the store. Not a good value.Published 1 day ago by Nora
the spice is nice. the lid for it is kind of cheap and could come off easy. I always keep my fingertip on it so I dont get a spice overload.Published 19 days ago by lawrence m taylor
I've been craving dill potato salad and thought I'd try this brand. i have to say that I was impressed. It has a good subtle flavor that doesn't over power you with 'pickle'. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Moani K. Browne