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  1. Organic Basil are highly aromatic. They add a deep, sweet, fresh and slightly peppery flavor and aroma to many tomato-based sauces, soups, dressings, and juices. Try it in salads, pastas, curries, or roasts. Organic basil leaves...
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  2. Bulk and wholesale Organic Tamarind paste. Tamarind is a fruit-like legume, has pods that grow on large evergreen trees in Mexico, India, Asia, and Africa.  The pulp surrounding the seeds in the tamarind pods is scraped and the paste is used in cooking...
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  3. The tart, sweet-sour flavor of Tamarind is the signature of many Indian and Thai dishes and is popular in Mexican candies and beverages as well. Use it in jams and chutneys, and as a condiment.
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  4. Known for its powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties, Organic Ground Turmeric is perfectly versatile and easy to use in its ground form. This healthful powder blends wonderfully into smoothies, teas, tonics, hearty soups, and curries which...
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  5. Aunt Patty's organic fine cut thyme leaves. Non-irradiated, excellent for cooking and natural skin care recipes. Popular in French, Italian, and British recipes.
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  6. Organic whole black peppercorns are perfect for pickling or to grind as desired for seasoning.
     
     
     
     
  7. Aunt Patty's organic ground cayenne pepper. Non-irradiated. Made from the finest quality cayenne peppers.
     
     
     
     
  8. Organic coarse black pepper ground to a specification of 28 mesh for use in recipes where pepper will stand out as a flavor, such as dry rubs, jerky, and salad seasonings.
     
     
     
     
  9. Organic garlic powder blends well into soups and sauces lending a strong pungent garlic flavor. Use in place of fresh garlic puree.
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  10. Organic garlic granules add garlic flavor to recipes without added salt. Slightly larger than powder.
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  11. With an earthy, warm and aromatic flavor, cumin is commonly used in soups, stews, and gravies. Cumin is a popular addition to spice blends liked chili powder as well as adobos, sofrito, garam masala, and curry powder. Cumin is a flowering plant native to
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  12. With a strong, sweet, and slightly astringent flavor with a warm undertone, it is common to use organic cloves in spice blends such as pumpkin pie spice. Organic cloves pair well with many other foods and spices including cinnamon, allspice, vanilla, red
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  13. Organic Korintji Cinnamon Grade A
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  15. Aunt Patty's Grade A organic cinnamon is fresh and aromatic, with a high oil content. Cinnamon is a versatile spice that can be used in both sweet and savory dishes - from Mexican Mole to Cinnamon rolls.
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  16. Organic crushed red chili pepper contains the seeds and flakes of chili pod. An excellent all around seasoning for pizza, spaghetti sauce, Asian and Mexican dishes...
     
     
     
     
  17. Allspice is an important ingredient in Caribbean cuisine used in Jamaican jerk seasoning, moles, pickling, sausage and curry powders.  In the U.S., it is mostly used to make baked goods and desserts.
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