Dill weed is an herb with feathery green leaves which are then dried after. It has an herbal flavor with delicate salty notes despite having no salt added. The quality and potency of the spice is maintained through air heating at the ideal temperature and dehumidifying at the ideal moisture level. You can use it in a myriad of ways, adding it to salads, dressings, spreads, egg dishes, roasted veggies, creamy dishes, and yogurt- and sour cream- based dips. It is most often used with salmon, best added near the end of cooking time for the best flavor. However, it also goes well with shrimp, white fish, and tuna.