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Lore:History The Egyptians were not the only ancients to appreciate the calming nature of dill - it was also used in China, Greece, and Rome.
The Vikings also used this special plant, and many food items with the word "Viking" in their names contain dill. For instance Viking cheese contains both dillweed and dill seed.
The French and Russians also loved dill, the former even including it in cakes and pastries.
It also was prized during the Middle Ages for warding off witchcraft.
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