Spices and Herbs

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Balsamic Vinegar

Vinegar, balsamic (1 tbsp contains more than 13 essential nutrients)
Dark and concentrated, intensely flavored vinegar made from grape must. Used in enhancing salad dressings, marinades, and sauces.

Basil, fresh

Basil, fresh (5 leaves contains more than 25 essential nutrients)
Sweet and peppery with a subtle notes of mint, anise and cloves. Often used in Italian and Thai cuisine

Capers, canned

Capers, canned (1 tbsp, drained contains more than 26 essential nutrients)
Often pickled in salt and vinegar solution, it comes with intense flavor similar to black pepper or mustard. Often used in Italian and Mediterranean cuisin

Cider Vinegar

Vinegar, cider (1 tbsp contains more than 12 essential nutrients)
A vinegar made from fermented apple juice. It is often used in salad dressings, marinades, and chutneys.

Dill weed, fresh

Dill weed, fresh (5 sprigs contains more than 21 essential nutrients). Rich in Iron
Light and citrusy with warm grassy aroma, it is often used in creamy dressing and seafood.

Horseradish, prepared

Horseradish, prepared (1 tsp contains more than 24 essential nutrients)
Hot and zesty flavor profile.

Hot peppers, cooked

Hot peppers, cooked (1 pepper contains more than 29 essential nutrients)
Intensely spicy and hot flavor

Peppermint, fresh

Peppermint, fresh (2 leaves contains more than 19 essential nutrients). Rich in Fiber, Iron
It is a cross between watermint and spearmint. Popular as tea beverage, or used to season raw fruits and roasted vegetables.

Red Wine Vinegar

Vinegar, red wine (1 tbsp contains more than 11 essential nutrients)
A staple ingredient in Mediterranean cooking, it is acidic with delicious and tangy flavor.

Rosemary, fresh

Rosemary, fresh (1 tsp contains more than 20 essential nutrients). Rich in Fiber, Calcium, Iron
Strong, woody, and piney flavor that intensifies when cooked. Often used along with garlic and black pepper in meat dishes and tomato sauces.

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