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Adirondack Pickling Spice

The traditional spices for making zesty, mouth‐ watering pickles, including turmeric, mustard, corian‐ der and dill seed, bay leaf, and black and green pep‐ percorns. But we go beyond that with a touch of arbol chile and black lime. Try it in spiced sauerkraut, and any type of pickles.

Price: $2.50/oz
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Aux Poivres

A combo of white, black, red and green peppercorns with allspice berries and coriander seed. Use this as a colorful pepper grinder fill, and also this goes great in traditional French gravy aux poivres.

Price: $3.50/oz
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B’s Biryani

Biryani, a deliciously‐seasoned rice dish made with fish, meat or vegetables, is almost a national obsession in some parts of India. Try this versatile blend in any biryani recipe, accompanied by a few whole spices.

Price: $3.50/oz
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Baba’s Red Curry

This is a spicy red curry blend with lemony and sweet notes. Great as an addition to rich curry gravies, as a dry rub, and anywhere you want a hot curry taste.

Price: $3.00/oz
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Bouquet Garni

Bouquet Garni (“Garnished Bouquet”) is a mix of many classic French herbs, including parsley, thyme, rosemary, marjoram, basil and bay leaves. Tradition‐ ally used in a herb bundle or sachet in soup stock and stews, including the famous Ossobuco, Beef Bour‐ guinon, and, of course, French Onion Soup.

Price: $3.00/oz
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Chimichurri

Chimi‐what? Chimichurri is from Argentina, and it’s a tangy, fresh green sauce for good bread or BBQ meats. It has garlic, parsley, cilantro and a touch of pepper. Mix this with two parts olive oil and one part balsamic vinegar for a winning combo.

Price: $3.00/oz
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Eggs Up!!

Perfect for eggs, whether boiled, fried, in omelets, or in egg salad. This tasty blend already has salt and pepper, so no other seasoning is needed! Also try it in rich, mayonnaise‐based dips and dressings.

Price: $2.50/oz
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Karine’s Chaat Masala

Chaat Masala is from India, but is totally unlike curry powder. Sour mango powder (amchoor) and tangy ajwan seeds are the key notes of this complex blend. Sprinkle this spice on warm flatbreads, salads, yogurt dips, and best of all, fresh cut fruit. Prepare to be addicted.

Price: $3.00/oz
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Old Silverlake Bay

Our version of the beloved New England spice mix. Great as an all purpose seasoning, with crab cakes, seafood, and potatoes in all forms.

Price: $3.50/oz
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Sarsaparilla root

Sarsaparilla drinks feature widely in American popular culture, In recent times, sarsaparilla is sometimes considered to be a type of root beer.

Sarsaparilla is not readily available in most countries, although many pubs and most major supermarket chains in the Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia and Australia stock sarsaparilla-flavored soft drinks, and sarsaparilla remains available in the United Kingdom as a legacy of the temperance movement. Australian sarsaparilla has a different flavor from American root beer or sarsaparilla.

Price: $3.50/oz
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Sassafras Bark

Sassafras leaves are an important ingredient in some distinct foods of the United States. It is the main ingredient in traditional root beer and sassafras root tea, and ground leaves of sassafras are a distinctive additive in Louisiana Creole cuisine (see the article on filé powder, and a common thickening and flavoring agent in gumbo).

 

Sassafras leaves and flowers have also been used in salads, and to flavor fats or cure meats.

Medicinal properties: Numerous Native American tribes used the leaves of sassafras to treat wounds by rubbing the leaves directly into a wound and used different parts of the plant for many medicinal purposes such as treating acne, urinary disorders, and sicknesses that increased body temperature, such as high fevers.

 

Price: $8.00/oz
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Sassafras Leaves (File powder)

Sassafras leaves are an important ingredient in some distinct foods of the United States. It is the main ingredient in traditional root beer and sassafras root tea, and ground leaves of sassafras are a distinctive additive in Louisiana Creole cuisine (see the article on filé powder, and a common thickening and flavoring agent in gumbo).

 

Sassafras leaves and flowers have also been used in salads, and to flavor fats or cure meats.

Medicinal properties: Numerous Native American tribes used the leaves of sassafras to treat wounds by rubbing the leaves directly into a wound and used different parts of the plant for many medicinal purposes such as treating acne, urinary disorders, and sicknesses that increased body temperature, such as high fevers.

 

Price: $3.50/oz
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