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    1.  My taste is fresh and herbaceous, slightly bitter. My richness in antioxidants, and especially vitamin K should lead patients on anticoagulants to consult a doctor. I am .

    2.  Always use sparingly, my smell is hot, spicy, pungent, heady, my taste is bitter, powerful, aromatic. If I am a great aid to digestion, I can also be toxic in high doses! I'm called .

    3.  I am both warm and fresh, a strong roundness, a sweet aromatic bouquet, sweet with orange aftertaste, pungent, slightly salty and lemony, resinous, camphor and peppery, is close to bergamot and ginger.

    4. A strong and unforgettable fragrance, a hint of aniseed, crunchy, quite juicy, invigorating, fresh and refreshing, a hint of aroma between orange and coriander, delicately bitter, salty, pungent. Do not expose yourself to the sun after consumption, because it is photo-toxic; is sometimes allergenic.

    5.  A beautiful small red-brown eight-pointed star, if I give off a delicious peppery smell, my flavour is woody, hot, powerful, aniseed, sweet between fennel and liquorice, with a hint of spiciness: I am the .

    6.  Made up of green and hollow stems, my delicate taste is fresh, grassy green, spicy, sulfured and slightly sweet. I get sheared in salads, eggs and sauces, I'm the .

    7.  Hot, pungent, fruity lemon rhizome, or camphor, blond and fleshy particularly refreshing, very sweet when I am young, but I age badly and become fibrous: I'm spicy! Do you guess who I am? I am .

    8.  I am an orange rhizome, with a pungent taste, peppery, powerful, a little bitter: rather unpleasant, but I am fashionable because of many medical virtues are alleged for the .

    9.  With my very lively taste, fresh and sweet, flowery and fruity, small honey bush, I make the happiness of bees. I am sometimes lemony and sometimes I evoke chewing gum, depending on the species used. If I am often drunk in herbal teas, I flavour desserts as well as white meat, fish, salads, drinks and alcohols to surprise you where you do not expect me. I am .

    10.  My powerful, hot, pungent, peppery flavour with just enough bitterness to spice up tomatoes, vegetables, meats, makes me always used sparingly at the risk of anesthetizing the palate and tongue. I am , made of small green leaves, opposed two by two, with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

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