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Herbs & Spices

Spicy Ingredients

Spicy food stars in a variety of cuisines all over the world. Here's a quick look at five common-ingredient sources of heat: * Chili Peppers: Come in several sizes, shapes and heat levels. The…

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Storing Fresh Herbs

To store fresh herbs, wrap them in a slightly damp paper towel and place in a resealable plastic bag. Press the air out of the bag and seal; refrigerate up to 7 days.

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Storing Garlic & Onion Powders

Garlic and onion powders tend to absorb moisture from the air, especially during warm weather months. Store them in airtight spice jars to keep them as free from moisture and humidity as…

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Tarragon

An herb with slender, green leaves that has a distinctive anise-like flavor. Tarragon is widely used in French cooking and pairs well with chicken, fish and vegetables. It is most well-known for…

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Tip for Dried Herbs

Dried herbs don’t spoil, but they do lose flavor and potency over time. For maximum flavor in your cooking, you may want to replace herbs that are over a year old. Store dried herbs in airtight…

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Uses for Dill

Dill complements sour cream, cream cheese, cottage cheese, dips and spreads, meats, eggs and potato salad.

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Using Salt in Cooking

Salt is a flavor enhancer in most recipes. If you wish, eliminate salt from meat dishes, vegetable dishes, pasta, rice, soups, salad dressings, casseroles and more. (To make up for the missing…

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What is Fenugreek?

Fenugreek is an annual herb with a slightly sweet, nutty flavor often described as a cross between celery and maple. The seeds can be used whole or ground and are commonly found in curry powder.…

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