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What is the difference between anise oil and anise extract?

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Though anise oil and anise extract, can be used interchangeably, they are slightly different. Anise oil is mostly used for adding flavors and can be preserved indefinitely whenever stored in a dark and a cool place. Anise extract is a less concentrated flavoring, finding its use in baking bread and cakes.

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Aren’t they one and the same? like when it comes to physical form both sound the same.

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