Also known as Clayton's Sweet Root, although we don't know of a wide enough population to warrant harvesting any roots.
This delicate herb tastes of sweet licorice. It can also be used to lift a salad to a new level and is a real compliment to light flavored meats and fish. Or brew it into a lovely digestive tea to finish a meal. Also pairs well with maple pecan ice cream.
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