Explore different flavors with whole spices that you can make into blends for your Baking, Cooking Pickling, Mulling Spices, or whatever your heart desires for your belly!
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Garlic, (Allium sativum), recognized for its pungent odor and taste, and is a powerful home medicine for the treatment for a host of health problems. One of the single most popular herbal medicines and seasonings of all times, garlic with its intense odor Garlic is commonly used to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels. Bonus use of powder, encapsulate...
eSutras premium Ginger Root Powder, (Zingiber officinale) is custom grown in our farms in India. Super tasty, pungent & fragrant. Why buy? A flavoring agent in beer, soft drinks, candies, and a staple spice and condiment in many countries. Our Ginger is extensively imported in Germany. It is approved in the Commission E monographs and found in...
Juniper is a traditional berry of Gin. Juniper Berry is credited as being a supportive, restoring, and a tonic aid. It is excellent for meditation and is a popular oil in weight loss.
Handpicked Australian Lemon myrtle is one of the well known bushfood flavors and is sometimes referred to as the "Queen of the lemon herbs" Best flavoring in pasta; whole leaf with baked fish; infused in macadamia or vegetable oils; and made into tea, including tea blends.
Lemon grass is principally taken as a tea to remedy digestive problems. The fresh, light, lemony flavor and scent of lemongrass is a staple in many ethnic cuisines, including Thai, Vietnamese and Caribbean
The web-like outer covering of the nutmeg seed, mace, imparts a more pungent and spicier flavor to food than nutmeg. Mace is most popular in European foods Excellent source of vitamin C and minerals.
A dream herb and tonic herb, mugwort has a wide variety of traditional uses. Milder in action than most other Artemisia species.
A popular spice that has both medicinal and culinary uses Most familiar as a prepared condiment ("ballpark mustard"), yellow mustard seed also adds a spicy pungency during cooking. It's milder than brown mustard
Hand picked for their pungency, these brown mustard seeds will be a popular spice that has both medicinal and culinary uses