Aside from its anti-carcinogenic and anti-bacterial properties, dill is also known to prevent bone loss by providing a lot of calcium. Commonly used in pickles, salads, and dips, its tangy taste also complements fish dishes. For a stronger taste, add dill seeds to your meat dishes.
Fresh Tips: Choose fresh dill to enjoy its delicate taste. Put the remaining herb in a glass of water inside the refrigerator. You may freeze the sprigs to keep them for as long as 2 months. Dried dill, which is common in markets, will last for 6 months stored in an airtight container away from heat and sunlight.