Fennel is one of those foods that, until recently, I only looked at in the grocery store's veggie section. If it ever made it out of the store with me, I had no idea what to do with it. That is until I started juicing.
If you're like me, when you embarked on juicing, you quickly realized that the higher the water content in a vegetable, the more bang for your buck you'll get. Leafy greens like kale and spinach were quickly 86'd from my juicing parties, while celery, cucumber, and broccoli became regulars. And then, while cutting up the fennel for juicing, I'd find myself snacking on it. And then I realized it was so tasty! I would dip it in hummus, or just eat it plain, or add it to salads. I became a big fan. It has subtle licorice notes, an extremely cleansing, refreshing taste and a satisfying crunch.Read More