Learn everything you need to know about buying, storing, preparing, and cooking fennel in this awesome video.
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If the stalks of fennel are missing at the store it's usually because they've wilted because it sat there for too long. And don't throw them away, if they're fresh just cut them in wheels and they add a nice crunch to salads, almost like fennel-tasting croûtons.
Thanks for this informative video! I grew up on a farm in the South, and so I thought I knew practically everything about every vegetable -- but fennel wasn't around when I was a kid, and yesterday I saw it in the supermarket and decided that I should finally figure out what one does with it.
I just discovered fennel today; fresh from a farm. I LOVED IT! Ate it all (bulb and stem) like a carrot.
So delicious! Now a new 'Go-to' veggie in the produce department!
Great recipe; I look forward to making that salad!
Great video, however my constructive criticism is that the audio is too loud therefore it is clipping (distorted; overloaded). Either talk quieter, move the mic further away, turn down the levels or check for errors anywhere from your recording process to your editing process. Otherwise great!
I'm part of a food coop where you get "vegetables of the week" Fennel was one of them and I had no idea what to do with it so thank you for sharing. I think I know all that I need to know now. Bon apatite!
Boil fennel with stems on low heat for 30 mins and drink its water when slightly warm it is very good for any kind of headaches like migraine,cluster headache also relax you from fatigue, stress and bad moods : )) must try out friends!
Loved your instructions as I wasn't sure how to handle the fennel I got in my produce box. I made this terrific slaw. Didn't think I'd like fennel but it's light and refreshing. http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/celery-apple-and-fennel-slaw
Using fennel for the first time in my mother's Springtime cleanse soup, but am trying a few new vegetable ingredients that weren't available to her back in the day and fennel sounds wonderful from your video...I'm even going to save a piece for me to try that salad you demonstrated today while the fennel is still fresh. The fact that it's packed with antioxidants will just add to this wonderful soup's "cleansing" powers, I'm sure. Can't wait...btw I'm seeing you have one on beets as well, so going to look at that, too, to see what info you might have to share on it.
Keep up the good work! 8^)
Hey Dani, thanks for this video, actually all your videos. Been wanting to try fennel forever. Now I know what to do and how to eat. Cheers! That salad looked awesome too. Gonna give it a try tonight. Thx again!
blanch the fennel in boiling salted water for a few minutes. drain. get a frying pan....add some olive oil and garlic, add the fennel to the pan. season with salt and pepper. then add a handful of sugar and a tablespoon of white wine vinegar. keep cooking until the sugar and vinegar almost becomes a syrup. then your fennel is ready. this recips is Italian sweet and sour fennel. goes great with grilled sea bass.
Thank you for the explanation. I have never cooked with our used fresh fennel before and a stock was included in my Fresh Farm delivery. I love the last salad you suggested with the olive oil, clementine, olive oil and lemon juice. I've got those!! TY
cut the dry root end of the stems off and put it in a glass of water like you would fresh cut flowers. Cover the tops loosely with a sandwich or any small plastic bag and store in the frig. Works great with celery.
hi dani, i've been eating fennel my whole life. a staple for the holidays. i always eat it just as it is. love that sweet taste. fanuke love it. i must try a salad or roasting some. that will be a first. i await ur next upload as i'll love that too. btw u hair looked beautiful. enjoy ur week ahead. ralph