Short description

Our fair trade star anise is produced by a Haitian cooperative according to organic farming standards.

The badian grows wild in the plains of Haiti. Its fruits are harvested by hand, then processed according to ancestral traditional methods.

Our star anise or fair-trade star anise has a fresh and warm aroma, reminiscent of the flavors of liquorice.

Widely used in herbal medicine, it is renowned for its anti-inflammatory, digestive and aphrodisiac properties.

It is tasted in desserts, infusions, dishes and cocktails.

Our fair trade star anise from Haiti is marketed in a recyclable kraft bag, produced by a French family business.

The zip closure allows you to better preserve your products.

Fairtrade star anise from Haiti - whole star

Short description

Our fair trade star anise is produced by a Haitian cooperative according to organic farming standards.

The badian grows wild in the plains of Haiti. Its fruits are harvested by hand, then processed according to ancestral traditional methods.

Our star anise or fair-trade star anise has a fresh and warm aroma, reminiscent of the flavors of liquorice.

Widely used in herbal medicine, it is renowned for its anti-inflammatory, digestive and aphrodisiac properties.

It is tasted in desserts, infusions, dishes and cocktails.

Our fair trade star anise from Haiti is marketed in a recyclable kraft bag, produced by a French family business.

The zip closure allows you to better preserve your products.

4.49 € - 10%
€4.99
VAT included
Poids
  • 50g
  • 100g
  • 200g
Quantity
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anis étoilé ou badiane équitable D'haïti hecosfair

Scientific name: Illicium verum

Common name: star anise

English name: star anise

Botanical classification: Illiciaceae family (Illiciaceae)

anis étoilé ou badiane équitable D'haïti hecosfair

The star anise is the fruit of the badian tree, a tree native to Asia.

Its leaves give off an aniseed aroma and its flowers, yellow to pink in color, give green fruits with 5 to 11 carpels, but most often 8 in number.

Each carpel has a pretty shiny teardrop-shaped seed.

anis étoilé ou badiane équitable D'haïti hecosfair

The fruits are picked by hand, twice a year, in April and October by men or women who climb directly the trees.

They then leave to dry and take their characteristic reddish brown color.

Finally they are carefully cleaned, because it is necessary to remove all the small stems of the badianes, and sorted during long days.

 


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Vegan recipe for organic fennel compote with star anise:

• 3 organic fennels

• 3 organic apples

• 3 organic white onions

• 20 cl of organic virgin olive oil

• 1 pinch of star anise or fair-trade star anise

• 1 teaspoon of Pastis

• 1 tablespoon of water

anis étoilé ou bardiane équitable haiti hecosfair

Peel and mince the fennels, apples and onions. In a frying pan, pour the organic virgin olive oil and gently brown the onions until they are transparent, then add the fennel and sliced apples, water and Pastis.

Mix well, cover and simmer for about 20 minutes.

Your original organic and vegan compote is ready!

Enjoy!

anis étoilé ou badiane équitable D'haïti hecosfair

Star anise relieves stomach aches, especially as a poultice. The infusion is also very effective.

He told himself that we should soak the stars by covering them with boiling water, then put them in a mortar to crush everything with a pestle.

Then, leave the mixture to rest for 15 to 20 minutes on the stomach and stomach, covering with a cloth and keeping warm.

anis étoilé ou badiane équitable D'haïti hecosfair

In Marseille, star anise is an essential component of the famous pastis and the books whisper that Maîtres Anysetiers are in charge in the very great secrecy of creating anise liqueur at 45 °. We have heard that there have been meetings on this subject in Dordogne in the splendid Gouffre de Proumeyssac.


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