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  • acacia seed

    Acacia Seeds

    $ 25

    This little seed has a complex aroma of almond and hazelnut. It is delicious with cream, lamb, and pork, and can be added to coffee and chocolate for nuttiness.

    Weight 1 lbs
    Dimensions 2 x 2 x 2 in
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    $ 25

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  • cinnamon berry

    Cinnamon Tree Berries

    $ 40

    Baie de Cannelier

    These little fruit of the cinnamon tree are very sweet and warm. Their pointy end makes them a perfect substitute for cloves studded in orange to scent closets and drawers, and they are delicious brewed as tea.

    Weight 0.5 lbs
    Dimensions 4 x 4 x 4 in
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    $ 40

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    Ajwain Seeds

    From: $ 8
    Source: Egypt

    Trachyspermum Ammi

    This striped seed has an aroma and flavor similar to thyme. In India it is often dry roasted or fried in ghee to make Baghar used for lentil dishes.

    Weight 1 lbs
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  • cumin seed

    Aleppo Cumin Seeds

    4oz
    From: $ 12

    A herb that is usually associated with Mexican and Spanish foods, but is also commonly used in Middle Eastern and Indian cooking. It has a very distinct flavor, and has many health benefits such as being a great source of vitamins and minerals, reduces cholesterol, and its great for building up your immune system. In cooking it can be used to make your own curry and chili mixes, and pairs well with just about anything.

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  • black cardamom

    Black Cardamom

    From: $ 12
    Source: India

    Amomum subulatum

    Black cardamom is dried over an open fire, which is what gives it such a powerful smokey aroma as well as brash and bold taste. Black cardamom pods can be used in soups, chowders, casseroles, and marinades for smoky flavor, much in the way bacon is used.

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  • green cardamom

    Green Cardamom

    From: $ 12
    Source: Asia

    Elettaria Cardamomum

    The green seed pods of the cardamom are dried and the seeds from the pod are used in indian and asian cuisines. Green cardamom has a resinous, menthol aroma. It is a staple ingredient in chai, curry and garam masala, loves the floral notes of rose, pepper, and orange, and balances the acidity of coffee

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  • white cardamom

    White Cardamom

    From: $ 15
    Source: India

    Elettaria Subulatum

    When green cardamom was first brought to Scandinavia on ships the salt, light, and wind bleached the pods, mellowing the dominant menthol character to a soft, mineral one preferred for baking. Traditional Scandinavian pastries and glögg often call for white cardamom.

    Weight 1 lbs
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  • ground cardamom

    Ground Cardamom

    From: $ 12

    Cardamom grounded

    Weight 1 lbs
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  • ground sassafrass

    Sassafras, ground

    From: $ 8

    Sassafras is the powdered leaves of the sassafras tree. When ground, they smell somewhat like juicy fruit gum. It can also acts as a thickener when added to liquid. Commonly used in Creole and Cajun cooking. Sassafras is the primary taste in root beer and is delicious with mint and agave, or for a soda or syrup. 

    Weight 1 lbs
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