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    Black Cardamom Pods

    You’re probably quite familiar with the more popular Green Cardamom, but if you are searching for new and unique flavor profiles then you can’t go wrong with its bolder cousin – Black Cardamom. Black Cardamom has a unique flavor and aroma and while similar is really very different than green cardamom. It has been described as smoky, funky …

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    Cacao Powder

    The cacao bean is the dried and fully fermented fatty seed of Theobroma cacao which is from the family Malvaceae. Other members of this family include okra and cotton. Pronounced “ka cow”, Cacao beans are the base of all chocolate products.

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    Caraway Seed

    Caraway Seed, Carum carvi, is a member of the Apiaceae (or Umbelliferae) family, often referred to as the parsley family, and is closely related to anise, asafoetida, caraway, carrot, celery, chervil, coriander, cumin, dill, fennel, and parsnip. Caraway is indigenous to the Mediterranean, Northern Africa and Central Europe and may …

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    Cardamom Pods

    Also known as green cardamon, cardamom is also frequently misspelled as cardomom. Belonging to the same family as turmeric and ginger, cardamom is indigenous to India and Sri Lanka but is now also harvested in Cambodia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Mexico and Vietnam. Our Green Cardamom is grown in Guatemala. Most of the cardamom consumed is the US is sourced …

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    Celery Seed

    Celery, Apium graveolens, is from the family Apiaceae (parsley family). Commonly used as a vegetable, different parts of the world will use celery’s roots, stalks and/ or seeds in cooking or they may be eaten raw (especially the stalks).

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    Celery Seed Powder

    From the family Apiaceae (parsley), Celery, scientific classification Apium graveolens, is typically used as a vegetable. Depending on the country, celery’s roots, stalks and/ or seeds may be used in cooking.

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    Chia Seeds, Black

    Organic chia seeds, Salvia hispanica, are from the Lamiaceae family (also known as the mint family) and are closely related to basil, lavender, marjoram, mint, rosemary, sage, savory and thyme. While many sources say that chia seeds are native to central and southern Mexico and Guatemala, DNA researchers using RAPD markers (pronounced “rapid”) …

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    Ground Caraway

    Caraway Seed, Carum carvi, is a member of the Apiaceae (or Umbelliferae) family, also known as the parsley family, and is closely related to anise, asafoetida, caraway, carrot, celery, chervil, coriander, cumin, dill, fennel, and parsnip. Native to the Mediterranean, Northern Africa and Central Europe, Caraway may be best known …

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    Ground Cardamom

    In India Cardamom is often referred to as the “queen of spices” (pepper is considered the king). A member of the ginger Zinziberaceae family the spice cardamom intensifies both savory and sweet flavors. Cardamom’s aroma is rugged, but gentle, fruity and biting. The taste is light and lemony. Our Cardamom pods come from India.

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