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Licorice

Licorice is made from the juice of the root of a plant of the pea family. It is used in making candy and in some medicines.
###No it has no nutritional value. Just do not eat it all the time  because depending on whether you eat brown, red, or black, it is  loaded in sugar which eventually turns into bubbling fat.   If you eat 1 serving of licorice you have consumed 135 calories. If  you eat more calories than you...
Licorice Extract from the licorice plant is used to flavor candy licorice only. The candy such as Red Vines Black Licorice Twists have carbohydrates in them because they are made of Molasses, Wheat Flour, Corn Syrup, Caramel Coloring, Licorice Extract, Salt, and Anise.They list a total of 33 grams...
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It was President Ronald Reagan (1981 to 1989), His favorite Jelly Belly brand jellybean flavor was Licorice.
That would be the Great Communicator, Ronald W. Reagan, the 40th President of the United States of America. He liked Jelly Belly brand jellybeans in the licorice flavor best.
Liquorice has inhibitory effects on cytochrome p450, the enzymatic system which is responsible for the break down of endogenous and exogenous substances, and thus may potentiate warfarins effects, leading to an increased risk of bleeding. so its advisable not to eat liquorice if you are on warfarin.
It was the Saxphone this was invented in 1834 in Yorkville,Europe with the man Jackson Tagotchi.
In the 1950s American Licorice Co. expanded beyond traditional black licorice and began producing Raspberry Vines. Unlike black licorice, which uses extract from the Glycyrrihiza glabra bush root for its flavoring, red licorice has a fruitier taste. The public called it red licorice because of its...
At the Denver black licorice ice cream store of course.
Licorice (lick-or-ish)
Fennel. It's edible and tastes a little like licorice but looks like a dill plant. It can grow to about 4 or 5 feet tall and has flowers that look like dill flowers. There is a bulb in the ground, so you can pull it out of the ground and check. I just found the answer to this question because I...
Put it in the microwave for 2:00
They would be called Anise seeds, they have a licorice taste to them.
Take the extract from the licorice plant. Combine with sugar and a  binder such as flour or gelatin. Dissolve in water and heat to 275  degrees Fahrenheit. Cool, mold into desired shape and spray with  beeswax which provides the shiny look.
The flower of the anise plant resembles Queen Anne's Lace.
The licorice plant is a legume (related to beans and peas) that is native to southern Europe and parts of Asia.Licorice extract is produced by boiling licorice root and subsequently evaporating most of the water.
yes. It was retired recently.
That is the flavor of anise- which along with wormwood and fennel create the 'trinity' of absinthe flavor. Wormwood supposedly is bitter with a woodsy, somewhat floral flavor.
No, bunnies can not have anything with too much sugar in it such as candy
At the very least licorice will give the dog diarrhea - this happens in humans as well.
Baskin-Robbins 31 Flavors Ice Cream, in my experience has sold White Licorice ice cream in the past. And checking their website there is a store in Longview, WA.
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It can refer to licorice root or the candy that is flavored with it.
  licorice is made of gelatins and other materials to help keep it maleable at room temperature. If you put it in a drink (colder than room temperature), the molecules and oils within the licorice will bunch together. To see the reverse effect, try putting licorice in hot water or something...
Licorice is a plant extract that has some uses, one is flavoring a candy of sorts, so if this is what you mean, it is only as safe as the other ingredients with it. And in moderation, that is too much of anything usually makes one sick.
Dude you Can get it at the supermarket or the newsagents. There are also some specialist confectionary shops you can get it at.
yes it is, it's ingredients help you... you know....
The Anise is used to make baked good taste like licorice.
Anise and tarragon have a similar flavor to licorice.
Deglycyrrhizinated licorice , or DGL, is a specific type of preparation derived from the licorice root
it can be in large quantities, especially if the licorice is from Europe and direct extract from licorice root. It can cause lethal heart rhythms related to the sodium/potassium shift it causes
Bend it while in the package, put it in the microwave, or put it in warm water
  == Answer ==   In the Hindi language licorice is known as either jethimadh or as mulhathi.
Sore throat, coughs, respiratory infections, arthritis, liver conditions, peptic ulcers, Addison's disease, high blood cholesterol, cancer.
The Licorice plant as an extract and the Anise plant for flavoring. Other ingredients in Red Vines Black Licorice Twists which also come from plants include: Molasses, Wheat Flour, and Corn Syrup.
Neither. It is candy. The flavor of licorice however is based on an herb. Primarily the root of the Glycyrrhiza glabra, a legume native to Europe. However anise, fennel, and horehound also have a licorice like flavor. Some licorice candy has one of these herbs in it, but most now a days is...
When licorice is used while taking thiazide diuretic medications, this may exacerbate potassium loss. Sensitivity to digitalis glycosides may increase with loss of potassium.
Glycyrrhiza glabra and is a member of the Leguminosae or pea family. G. uralenis or G. viscida (Chinese licorice), G. lepidota (North American licorice).
Native of the Mediterranean region and central and southwest Asia.
The dried root is used in medicinal preparations. Harvest the taproot of three- to four-year-old plants in late autumn. Washed and dried, the root may be stored intact until needed for a preparation.
Not to be used by pregnant women, those with high blood pressure, kidney disease, cholestatic liver disorders or cirrhosis. Do not take licorice in large doses for long periods of time.
Decoction: 1 tsp of dried root with 1 cup boiling water, simmer 10 - 15 minutes, 3 cups daily. Tincture: 1 part dried root with 5 parts brandy or vodka. Macerate for 2 weeks. 1 to 3 ml, 3 times daily and more . . .
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Yes, licorice is sticky especially when moist or wet.
i would definitely say no, it contains sugar.
It depends on the shape there in. If licorice is in good shape she could be worth up to $40 because they don't make her anymore. If coconut is in good shape he could be up to $20 because they still make him. If they are in bad shape licorice would be around $10 and coconut would be worth around $5.
Not usually, no.
It's a matter of personal taste, and personally I think licorice tastes good. Some people have had too much licorice and have become sick of the taste. But as with most things too much of a good things can become bad.
The http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/European_Commission 2008 report suggested that "people should not consume any more than 100mg of http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Glycyrrhizic_acid a day, for it can raise http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Blood_pressure or cause muscle weakness, chronic fatigue, headaches or...
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Yes it does have that effect when too much licorice is consumed. So noted from personal experience.
Microwaving them for a few seconds can soften hard licorice. Not more that 5 second please, and please take care because they may be hotter inside than the feel on the outside. Keep cold water on hand to prevent burns. Note Severe Burn Hazard Warning!
yes but you need to melt it
On a date to the movies it's best to let the girl have as much as she wants and eat what is left over. But seriously if you want to split the popcorn and licorice evenly, 48 ounce of popcorn will split evenly into containers of 24 ounce each. The licorice is a little trickier, try breaking the third...
Define harmful, most candy companies use natural ingredients to sweeten their black licorice. Red Vines Black Licorice Twist for example uses Molasses, Corn Syrup, Licorice Extract, and Anise Flavor their black licorice. These are natural ingredients and only harmful in excess and that is true of...
Absolutely Not! It is made from natural ingredients like Molasses, Wheat Flour, Corn Syrup, Caramel Coloring, Licorice Extract, Salt, and Anise Flavor. That is what is on the ingredients label found on a Red Vines Black Licorice package.
Glenburn Soda Fountain and Confectionary, North Burnaby, just east  of Vancouver on Hastings street.
Ouzo is the Greek/Mediterranean liquor that has a strong licorice flavor, or there is Anisette (French/Spanish) which is more mild.
a sweet, chewy, aromatic black substance made by evaporation fromthe juice of a root and used as a candy and in medicine.the widely distributed plant of the pea family from which this product is obtained. • Genus Glycyrrhiza, family Leguminosae; many species are used locally to obtain licorice,...
no because the liquids in the the licorice can cause damage to the heart before any type of blood test
The plant I think you are referring to is Fennel, or Fenuk in Italian and is always on the table to be eaten in small doses between courses at an Italian fest to clear the palate for the next course. This is similar to the sherbet you get at a classy restaurant just before the main course.
I have found it at Cold Stone around Halloween. Google "black licorice ice cream:" http://www.icecreamsource.com/Black-Licorice_p_17-331.html?gclid=CJO7lNPGyJ4CFQnyDAodjFxdxw Greenfield Ice Cream Company makes black licorice ice cream. And its in stock now. #greenfieldicecream ...
She is not retired yets but when around 25 bucks
if they do it will not kill them, but dogs should never eat human food
You can buy it in; Nazifa´s Mannequiene.Kind Rigards,Robert Wilson.
It was probably Sambuca or Anisetta or some other Anise flavored liqueur. God knows what brand it may have been. Your question is the equivalent of asking what brand of beer did I drink in the United States.
Black licorice is not fatal to dogs, but may cause diarrhea when eaten in large quantities.
The primary flavors of licorice are red and black, but there are many more. Some companies offer flavors ranging from grape to raspberry and watermelon. Homemade licorice can come in every flavor imaginable.
The main ingredient in liquorice is the root extract from the liquorice plant, hence the name. It is used to make the basic taste of liquorice, which when added to basic ingredients such as sugar and binders, creates the treat liquorice.
  It is "REGALIZ " in Spanish
You mean whorehound. And ogers love it, so feel free to have some ;) .
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The cast of Licorice - 2007 includes: Jenn Concepcion as Girl Nina Fernandez as Mother
The History of Licorice  Licorice dates back to the early times of man. Many pharaohs and  prophets enjoyed licorice. Soldiers were recorded drinking licorice  to quench their thirsts on long marches.    Licorice comes from a plant called the Glycyrrhiza, meaning  sweet root in Greek....