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  • all spice

    Whole AllSpice

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    Pimenta Dioica

    Also called Jamaica peppercorn, the dry berries of the allspice evergreen combine the aroma of cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. They are good for pickling and mole, as well as cakes.

    Weight 1 lbs
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  • ground all spice

    Allspice Ground

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    Allspice grounded

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  • anise seed

    Lucknowi Anise Seeds, Whole

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    Anise seed has a warm, mellow red licorice note. Use with orange, carrot, and seafood, especially shrimp and shellfish.

     

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  • whole star anise

    Star Anise

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    Star anise, the fruit of an evergreen tree native to Asia, resembles anise with sweeter notes of dark licorice and pine. It is one of the primary tastes in Chinese Five Spice and is good for baking, especially with apple, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove.

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  • basil seed

    Basil Seeds

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    Occimomum Basilicum

    These thin black seeds are full of nutrients and can be used like chia seeds. When hydrated they become plump and gelatinous, resembling caviar. The delicate, cooling taste works well with rose, coconut, and leche.

    Weight 1 lbs
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  • bay leaf

    Bay Leaves

    From: $ 6
    Source: Turkey

    Laurus nobilis

    Bay laurel are usually used whole in brine, stock, stews, and for pickling beats with juniper. They are also classic in French recipes for béchamel, and fondue with onions and clove.

     

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  • ground bay leaf

    Ground Bay Leaves

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    One of the most popular uses of the bay leaf is as a seasoning for seafood. Great when combined with different spices like dry mustard, paprika, all spice, ginger, ground cardamom, and cinnamon. Makes an amazing rub for seafood.

    Weight 1 lbs
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  • basil

    Basil

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    Ocimum basilicum

    Basil is known as the “royal herb” to the Greeks, and is a member of the mint family. A key herb to the Mediterranean cuisine, and becoming more popular in American cuisine as well.

    Weight 1 lbs
    Spice weight

    1lb, 50g

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  • oregano

    Dry Oregano

    Source: Greece

    Origanum vulgare

    Although fresh oregano adds appealing taste, the herb is among a handful that work well dried. Its spicier flavor is balanced nicely by cilantro, and it’s a natural partner for cumin. Oregano goes well with just about any tomato dish. It also compliments vegetables with dominant flavors such as chili, spaghetti sauce, pizza, zucchini, broccoli, cauliflower. The great flavors of garlic, onion, thyme, basil, parsley, and olive oil are common complimentary seasonings to oregano.

    Weight 0.25 lbs
    Dimensions 2 x 2 x 2 in
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