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Spicely Organics - Organic Allspice - Whole - Case of 3 - 1.3 oz.

3 ct / 1.3 ozUPC: 0075103501548
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Our Organic Whole Allspice is made from a special variety of berry-like fruit that are picked before they ripen and allowed to dry. These little balls, similar looking to peppercorns, have a unique fragrance and spicy sweetness that is reminiscent of cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. In its whole form, this spice is great for adding to soaking liquids such as stocks, broths, or mulling wine and is a particularly popular addition to jars of pickled veggies. Best of all the whole form preserves the robust flavors of the spice, and if ground immediately before use, promise to give an extra punch of spicy-sweet flavor. The spiceÕs flavor profile is celebrated for its versatility, allowing it to accentuate the savory flavor of meat dishes, as well as enhance the sweetness of your favorite desserts. Like all our stuff, this gluten-free spice has not undergone any irradiation or chemical treatments, ensuring a level of freshness that you are sure to love. This product can either be used in its whole form or ground into a powder before usage. If you are going to grind it yourself, purchasing in the whole form ensures that the flavors and aromas are preserved, giving a more robust layer of profile to your final dish. However, even if you donÕt choose to grind the berries, there are all sorts of creative ways to take advantage of the spicy sweetness and nostril-widening fragrance of the whole spice. Some popular options are adding in a few spoonfuls to your next batch of pickled veggies, combing with red wine and other mulling spices, boiling with veggie or meat stocks, or even tossing into your next pot of rice (remove before eating). If you are looking for a deliciously creative use for these unique berries, try adding a spoonful to your next batch of cold-brewed coffee or tea.

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