Product Type: Coarse Grind, Organic Quantity: 16 oz Chef Jar Origin: United States, Sri Lanka, India, South Africa, Indonesia Flavor:Spicy and Pungent Aroma: Sharp, warm and spicy Culinary Applications:Meat dishes, soups, sauces, vegetable dishes, baking History: Dates back to 2,000, BC and is one of the most commonly used spices on the planet Farming and Harvesting:A flowering vine bears small fruits called peppercorns. These small round fruits are dried and used in most kitchens globally.
Ingredients: Organic Black Pepper, Piper nigrum, Dried Peppercorns
Product Type: Powder, Organic Quantity: 19 oz Chef Jar Origin: Guatemala Flavor:Pungent and sweet, strong cooling sensation Aroma: Camphor Culinary Applications:Used in glazes, syrups, marinates, rubs and sauces History: This spice was discovered about a thousand years ago by the Vikings, where they introduced it to Scandinavia, its first origin of popularity. Most of the world’s cardamom came from southern India, where it grew wild in hills named Cardamom Hills. Farming and Harvesting: When the topmost seeds turn brown, the plants are ready to be harvested. Once harvested, it is dried by heating and then crushed into powdered form.
Product Type: Ground, Organic Quantity: 17 oz Chef Jar Origin:Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Vietnam Flavor:Spicy, sweet and sharp Aroma:Pungent, earthy and musty Culinary Applications:Organic cinnamon is commonly used in baked goods, coffee, rice additive, a key ingredient in pumpkin spice and chai flavors. History:Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices in history, dating back to ancient times and even noted in the bible. It has been used in ancient Egypt as a part of the embalming process, and was so scarce in Europe that, for centuries, it was used as a currency and to have cinnamon was a status symbol. Farming and Harvesting:Our bulk organic cinnamon comes from the inner bark of a tree, which is skillfully sliced off and rolled into thin quills, which are hung dry. Direct from organic family farms. There is a difference between ceylon and cassia cinnamon. Our product is Cassia.
Ingredients: Organic Cinnamon, Cinnamomum burmannii or C. cassia or C. verum, Bark, separated from cork, dried and cut
Product Type: Powder, Organic Quantity: 18 oz Chef Jar Origin: China, Egypt, Mexico Flavor:Pungent, sharp Aroma:Aromatic and sweet Culinary Applications:Garlic may be one of the most used spices globally, with just about any kind of dish calling for garlic or garlic powder. History: Garlic has been used as a food source for over 7,000 years. Native to central Asia, it was long favored by the Ancient Egyptians and has become a staple in Mediterranean cuisines. Farming and Harvesting: This plant is typically an asexual plant in cultivation, and is grown year round in mild temperatures. China is by far the biggest producer of garlic, making about 77% of the world's garlic.
Product Type: Powder, Organic Quantity: 14 oz Chef Jar Origin: China, India, Indonesia, Peru, Sri lanka, Vietnam Flavor: Pungent, moderately hot Aroma: Aromatic, spicy-sweet Culinary Applications: Teas, BBQ seasoning mixes, Chinese master stock, Jamacian jerk spices, red and green curry blends, curry powders, tandoori seasonings, Ras El Hanout. History: Since antiquity there have been references to ginger's cultivation by both the ancient Chinese and Hindus, suggesting that it may have originated somewhere between northern India and eastern Asia Farming and Harvesting: Ginger Root is sometimes grown in a canvas bag to make it easier to harvest or move.
Product Type: Chopped, Organic Quantity: 5 lb Bag Origin: China, Egypt, India, Mexico and U.S. Flavor: Typical of onion, tangy and spicy Aroma: True to type Culinary Applications: To make broths, soups, stews, vegetable dishes, marinades History: Because there is no evidence of onions due to their easily dissolving tissues, scientists have only drawn hypotheses about where they originated. Many archaeologists believe that they were a staple in ancient food in central Asia, Iran, and West Pakistan. Farming and Harvesting: This hardy cold season crop reaches maturity when the top starts to yellow and fold over. When the tops are completely brown the onions are pulled from the ground. Sliced and laid out on screens, the onions are dehydrated and made into dried pieces, sized to specification
Ingredients: Organic Onion, Allium cepa, Bulb; dried and cut
Product Type: Powder, Organic Quantity: 18 oz Chef Jar Origin: China, India, Israel, Spain Flavor: Mild Spicey Aroma: Sweet Culinary Applications: Various recipes call for paprika including chicken dishes, soups, chili, pastas, and baking dishes. History: Paprika has been a historically hot spice, until the 1920s when a sweet plant was discovered in central Europe. It has since been a popular sweet spice, with mild to hot alternatives. Farming and Harvesting: This is the air dried fruit of the chili pepper. Native to the Americas, they are often smoked to give them that earthy flavor.
Product Type: Crushed, Organic Quantity: 10 oz Chef Jar Origin:China, India, United States Flavor: Spicy with lingering heat Aroma:Pungent characteristic Culinary Applications:Crushed red peppers can be used to spice up just about any dish, but some favorites are in the Italian cuisine History:This pepper is one of the most used peppers in the Western world. It has a unique spiciness to it that is adored in various dishes, usually in dried and crushed forms. It was discovered ages ago in French Guinea, and has since spread across the Western continents. Farming and Harvesting:Crushed red peppers reach their true spice potential when they are deep red. They can be easily picked but are usually cut to avoid uprooting the whole plant.
Ingredients: Organic Red Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Ripe fruit and seeds; washed, dried and cut
Product Type: Powder, Organic Quantity: 21 oz Origin: India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka Aroma: Aromatic, floral and mildly spicy History: This spice has been used in India for thousands of years as a natural dye. Farming and Harvesting: This spice comes from an herbaceous perennial plant in the ginger family. Rhizomes are boiled for about 30–45 minutes and then dried in industrial ovens, after which it is ground to specification.
Product Type: Powder, Organic Origin: India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka Flavor: Spicy, warm, and floral with a mildly bitter aftertaste Aroma: Aromatic, floral and mildly spicy Culinary Applications: Turmeric is commonly used as a coloring and flavoring agent in many Asian cuisines, especially for curries, as well as for dyeing. History: This spice has been used in India for thousands of years as a natural dye. Farming and Harvesting:This spice comes from an herbaceous perennial plant in the ginger family. Rhizomes are boiled for about 30–45 minutes and then dried in industrial ovens, after which it is ground to specification.
Ingredients: Organic Turmeric, Curcuma longa, Rhizome; dried and cut