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  • adobo

    Adobo Seasoning

    Rated 3.00 out of 5
    $1.99
    Adobo is a traditional Mexican blend, while not hot, seasons a variety of dishes from chicken, fish, and pork to beans and guacamole.
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  • salmon seasoning

    Alaskan Salmon Seasoning

    $2.21$10.61
    This special blend can just be sprinkled on your salmon or other fish before grilling or baking. Paprika is the main ingredient, so this seasoning provides lots of flavor without heat. I like to rub a little olive oil on the fish, then sprinkle on Alaskan Salmon Seasoning, then top off with a slice of lemon before baking.
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  • allspice

    Allspice – Ground

    $1.79
    The Allspice name derives from the flavor, which resembles a blend of cloves, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Uses include baking puddings, relishes, fruit preserves, sweet potatoes, barbeque sauce, French dressing, and mince meat. No sodium.
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  • allspice

    Allspice – Whole

    $1.49
    Allspice gets its name from the flavor, which resembles a blend of cloves, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Available whole and ground. Uses: Pickling, meats. Boiling fish or shrimp.
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  • Ancho Chili Pepper – Ground

    $1.99$28.66
    Ancho Chili Pepper is a dried reddish, brown pepper and has a sweet, hot flavor and are the sweetest of the dried chiles. They are used in authentic Mexican cooking, expecially red chili and tamales. For most recipes, soak whole peppers for 30 minutes in hot water to restore before using. When fresh, they are called poblanos.
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  • Ancho Chili Pepper – Whole

    $1.99
    Ancho Chili Pepper is a dried reddish, brown pepper and has a sweet, hot flavor and are the sweetest of the dried chiles. They are used in authentic Mexican cooking, expecially red chili and tamales. For most recipes, soak whole peppers for 30 minutes in hot water to restore before using. When fresh, they are called poblanos.
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  • licorice flavor

    Anise Seed – Ground

    $1.98$28.51
    Anise Seed is a herb seed with an unmistakable licorice-like flavor. Great uses include cookies, candies, sweet pickles and as a beverage flavoring.
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  • pepper

    Annatto Seed – Ground

    $2.99
    Annatto is a derivative of the achiote regions of the Americas and is used a a yellow-orange food coloring and peppery flavoring. Found in Latin American and Caribbean cuisines. Some use it as a saffron substitute for coloring.
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  • apple pie spice

    Apple Pie Spice

    $1.99
    Apple Pie Spice is a seasoning that is a ground blend of cinnamon and other sweet spices. It is used for making apple pies, or when you desire a similiar flavor in other dishes. It is often used in fruit pies and pastries.
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  • Arbol Chili Peppers

    $2.35
    The Scoville heat unit range is approximately 20,000 H.U.. Use for chili, salsa, hot sauce, tacos, soups, stir fry, Thai curry. The arbol chile is very hot, and related to cayenne pepper. Be careful during preparation. Arbol chiles are also the ones that are dried after turning red and used in many holiday wreaths.
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  • Arrow Root Ground

    $1.89$13.61
    Used as a thickener and is known for its great clarity. Great for thickening fruit, dessert sauces, and oriental sauces.
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  • bacon bits

    Bacon Bits – Imitation

    Rated 2.00 out of 5
    $2.09$7.52
    Sprinkle bacon bits on eggs, salad, baked potatoes, or to garnish vegetables. Bacon bits are fabulous stirred in to dips for a great smoky bacon flavor. How about in deviled eggs? Chicken salad? Everyone loves bacon flavor!
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