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  • ALLSPICE, GROUND

    Ground Allspice has a taste and aroma that may remind many people of a mix of cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. It is used in pickling spice, for spiced tea mixes, cakes, cookies, pies, Jamaican jerk seasoning, soups and curries.

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    Ground Allspice has a taste and aroma that may remind many people of a mix of cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. It is used in pickling spice, for spiced tea mixes, cakes, cookies, pies, Jamaican jerk seasoning, soups and curries.

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  • ALLSPICE, WHOLE

    Whole Allspice has a taste and aroma that may remind many people of a mix of cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. It is used for pickling spice, spiced tea mixes, cakes, cookies, Jamaican jerk seasoning, soups, curries and pies.

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    Whole Allspice has a taste and aroma that may remind many people of a mix of cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. It is used for pickling spice, spiced tea mixes, cakes, cookies, Jamaican jerk seasoning, soups, curries and pies.

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  • ALUM

    Use to add extra crispness to pickles, watermelon rinds, and cherries.

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    Use to add extra crispness to pickles, watermelon rinds, and cherries.

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  • ANISE SEED

    Anise seeds are identified by their licorice flavor. Mainly grown in Turkey and Spain, anise seeds are used in cookies, cakes, and fruit cups and as a seasoning for chicken, duck and veal dishes.

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    Anise seeds are identified by their licorice flavor. Mainly grown in Turkey and Spain, anise seeds are used in cookies, cakes, and fruit cups and as a seasoning for chicken, duck and veal dishes.

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  • ANISE STAR

    Star Anise contains an essential oil that imparts a strong, sweet and licorice-like flavor. The star-shaped pods are picked just before ripening and dried before use. They come from a fruit of a small evergreen tree native of southwest China. Star Anise is used to flavor tea, marinades, and soups and is used in many Asian and Chinese dishes.

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    Star Anise contains an essential oil that imparts a strong, sweet and licorice-like flavor. The star-shaped pods are picked just before ripening and dried before use. They come from a fruit of a small evergreen tree native of southwest China. Star Anise is used to flavor tea, marinades, and soups and is used in many Asian and Chinese dishes.

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  • APPLE PIE SPICE

    This spice is an all-natural blend of Vietnamese cinnamon and nutmeg. This apple pie spice is perfect for apple or peach pies, pastries, crisps, cobblers and sauces. This spice has no added preservatives or flavor enhancers.

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    This spice is an all-natural blend of Vietnamese cinnamon and nutmeg. This apple pie spice is perfect for apple or peach pies, pastries, crisps, cobblers and sauces. This spice has no added preservatives or flavor enhancers.

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  • BASIL LEAVES (CHOPPED)

    Basil is a bright green leafy plant of the mint family. Basil has a sweet, herbal taste and is widely used in Italian cuisine and is also often paired with tomatoes. This herb complements meat, vegetables, cheese and egg dishes.

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    Basil is a bright green leafy plant of the mint family. Basil has a sweet, herbal taste and is widely used in Italian cuisine and is also often paired with tomatoes. This herb complements meat, vegetables, cheese and egg dishes.

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  • BAY LEAVES

    Bay Leaves come from the sweet bay or laurel tree and are used in soups, stews, meat and vegetable dishes. The leaves also flavor classic French dishes such as bouillabaisse and bouillon. Bay Leaves are pungent and have a sharp, bitter taste.

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    Bay Leaves come from the sweet bay or laurel tree and are used in soups, stews, meat and vegetable dishes. The leaves also flavor classic French dishes such as bouillabaisse and bouillon. Bay Leaves are pungent and have a sharp, bitter taste.

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  • BLACK PEPPER, COARSE GRIND

    Pepper is the dried berry of a climbing vine that is native to India and Asia. Pepper is actually berries that are picked about nine months after flowering. Black Pepper, the spiciest, comes from berries that are picked unripe. This Coarse Ground Black Pepper contains large pieces of ground peppercorn and has a sharp, pungent aroma and flavor that is used as a universal table condiment to flavor all types of dishes. It is also commonly used in stocks, pickling and sausages.

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    Pepper is the dried berry of a climbing vine that is native to India and Asia. Pepper is actually berries that are picked about nine months after flowering. Black Pepper, the spiciest, comes from berries that are picked unripe. This Coarse Ground Black Pepper contains large pieces of ground peppercorn and has a sharp, pungent aroma and flavor that is used as a universal table condiment to flavor all types of dishes. It is also commonly used in stocks, pickling and sausages.

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  • BLACK PEPPER, FINE GROUND

    Pepper is the dried berry of a climbing vine that is native to India and Asia. Pepper is actually berries that are picked about nine months after flowering. Black Pepper, the spiciest, comes from berries that are picked unripe. This Fine Ground Black Pepper has very small granules and has a sharp, pungent aroma and flavor that is used as a universal table condiment to flavor all types of dishes. It is also commonly used in stocks, pickling and sausages.

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    Pepper is the dried berry of a climbing vine that is native to India and Asia. Pepper is actually berries that are picked about nine months after flowering. Black Pepper, the spiciest, comes from berries that are picked unripe. This Fine Ground Black Pepper has very small granules and has a sharp, pungent aroma and flavor that is used as a universal table condiment to flavor all types of dishes. It is also commonly used in stocks, pickling and sausages.

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  • BLACK PEPPERCORNS, WHOLE

    Pepper is the dried berry of a climbing vine that is native to India and Asia. Pepper is actually berries that are picked about nine months after flowering. Black Pepper, the spiciest, comes from berries that are picked unripe. Black pepper has a sharp, pungent aroma and flavor and is a universal table condiment used to flavor all types of dishes. It is also commonly used in stocks, pickling and sausages.

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    Pepper is the dried berry of a climbing vine that is native to India and Asia. Pepper is actually berries that are picked about nine months after flowering. Black Pepper, the spiciest, comes from berries that are picked unripe. Black pepper has a sharp, pungent aroma and flavor and is a universal table condiment used to flavor all types of dishes. It is also commonly used in stocks, pickling and sausages.

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  • CARAWAY SEED, GROUND

    Caraway Seeds are intensely flavored little pods, they resemble the appearance of cumin seeds and although they’re closely related, they have a completely different flavor, they have a fragrant  aroma and a distinctive bitter, sharp, nutty taste, with a warm, sweet undertone of aniseed, they can be used whole, crushed or ground and are used in many cuisines from around the world today, in artisan breads, savory biscuits, seed cakes, stews, meat dishes, cheeses, German sauerkraut, pickles, North African harissa paste and Indian curries.

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    Caraway Seeds are intensely flavored little pods, they resemble the appearance of cumin seeds and although they’re closely related, they have a completely different flavor, they have a fragrant  aroma and a distinctive bitter, sharp, nutty taste, with a warm, sweet undertone of aniseed, they can be used whole, crushed or ground and are used in many cuisines from around the world today, in artisan breads, savory biscuits, seed cakes, stews, meat dishes, cheeses, German sauerkraut, pickles, North African harissa paste and Indian curries.

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  • CARAWAY SEEDS

    Caraway Seed is the fruit of a biennial herb in the parsley family and is a common flavoring for many kinds of rye bread. It is also used to flavor sauerkraut, sausage, cheese, cabbage and soups. Caraway Seed has a pungent aroma and a distinctly sweet but tangy flavor.

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    Caraway Seed is the fruit of a biennial herb in the parsley family and is a common flavoring for many kinds of rye bread. It is also used to flavor sauerkraut, sausage, cheese, cabbage and soups. Caraway Seed has a pungent aroma and a distinctly sweet but tangy flavor.

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  • CARDAMOM, GROUND

    Cardamom is the ground seed of a tropical fruit in the ginger family. Cardamom has an intense, pungent, sweet flavor and can be used in curry blends, bread recipes or as a coffee flavoring.

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    Cardamom is the ground seed of a tropical fruit in the ginger family. Cardamom has an intense, pungent, sweet flavor and can be used in curry blends, bread recipes or as a coffee flavoring.

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  • CELERY FLAKES

    Celery Flakes are the dehydrated leaves and stalks of the common celery plant. These flakes are great for use in soups, stews and sauces.

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    Celery Flakes are the dehydrated leaves and stalks of the common celery plant. These flakes are great for use in soups, stews and sauces.

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  • CELERY SALT

    Celery Salt is a mixture of fine-grained salt and ground celery seed. This salt tastes great sprinkled on pork roasts, beef roasts, vegetables, potato salad and even in tomato or vegetable juices.

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    Celery Salt is a mixture of fine-grained salt and ground celery seed. This salt tastes great sprinkled on pork roasts, beef roasts, vegetables, potato salad and even in tomato or vegetable juices.

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  • CELERY SEED

    Whole Celery Seed is the dried fruit of a plant in the parsley family. Celery Seed tastes similar to table celery, and has a warm, slightly bitter, aromatic flavor. Celery seed is often used in pickling recipes.

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    Whole Celery Seed is the dried fruit of a plant in the parsley family. Celery Seed tastes similar to table celery, and has a warm, slightly bitter, aromatic flavor. Celery seed is often used in pickling recipes.

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  • CHIVES

    Chives are the bright green, long, thin, hollow leaves of an onion-like plant of the lily family. Chives have a mild, onion-like flavor, with a hint of garlic and are often used as a garnish.

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    Chives are the bright green, long, thin, hollow leaves of an onion-like plant of the lily family. Chives have a mild, onion-like flavor, with a hint of garlic and are often used as a garnish.

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  • CILANTRO

    Cilantro is the leaf of the young coriander plant, which tastes like a fragrant mix of parsley and citrus and is traditionally used in Middle Eastern, Mexican and Asian cooking.

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    Cilantro is the leaf of the young coriander plant, which tastes like a fragrant mix of parsley and citrus and is traditionally used in Middle Eastern, Mexican and Asian cooking.

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  • CINNAMON STICKS

    Cinnamon is the dried bark of various laurel trees. Cinnamon Sticks are made from long pieces of bark that are rolled, pressed and dried. They are used in pickling and for flavoring hot beverages. 3″.

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    Cinnamon is the dried bark of various laurel trees. Cinnamon Sticks are made from long pieces of bark that are rolled, pressed and dried. They are used in pickling and for flavoring hot beverages. 3″.

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