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  • Rubbed Sage sage

    SAGE (RUBBED)

    $3.48$204.50
    Dried sage is stronger and more flavorful than fresh sage and is delicious with strong veal, seafood, sausage, and pork dishes.
  • Saigon Cinnamon

    SAIGON CINNAMON

    $9.06$169.73
    Saigon Cinnamon, also known as Vietnamese Cinnamon is a very concentrated, intense and warm type of cinnamon. You can use Saigon cinnamon the same as you would in any recipe requiring "regular cinnamon." Some might say this is an upgrade from regular cinnamon because it has a sweeter taste and is less grainy than traditional cinnamon.
  • SALT, COARSE (KOSHER)

    $3.98$54.85
    Kosher salt is salt without any additives. This version is coarse, which means the grains are larger than table salt that you may normally use.
  • Table Salt table salt
    All Purpose Table Salt contains additives that make the salt free-flowing. It is fine-grained and is used in almost every home as a condiment.
  • Ground Savory savory

    SAVORY (GROUND)

    $4.03$204.75
    The aroma of savory reminds us of thyme and mint, and the flavor is strong and slightly peppery. This herb goes well with beans, cooked vegetables, stuffings, trout, and tomato-based sauces. Also, savory is a common ingredient in horseradish.
  • Savory Leaf savory leaf

    SAVORY (LEAF)

    $3.42$187.00
    The aroma of savory reminds us of thyme and mint, and the flavor is strong and slightly peppery. This herb goes well with beans, cooked vegetables, stuffings, trout, and tomato-based sauces. Also, savory is a common ingredient in horseradish.
  • Black Sesame Seeds sesame seeds

    SESAME SEED (BLACK)

    $4.25$162.50
    Roasted or unroasted, sesame seeds can be used for a variety of culinary dishes. Their sweet, nutty flavor suits rolls, meats, pastas, and vegetables well. Many countries use the seeds to make pastes and sauces for coating and dipping. The oil from the seeds can be used to make sesame oil.
  • SESAME SEED (WHITE)

    $7.42$129.25
    Roasted or unroasted, sesame seeds can be used for a variety of culinary dishes. Their sweet, nutty flavor suits rolls, meats, pastas, and vegetables well. Many countries use the seeds to make pastes and sauces for coating and dipping. The oil from the seeds can be used to make sesame oil.
  • Ground Sumac Sumac

    SUMAC (GROUND)

    $10.38$202.73
    Our Sumac originates from Turkey. This product is ground from whole berries. Sumac is typically deep burgundy in color. The flavor is sour, astringent, and acidic. Use ground sumac like lemon juice or vinegar to brighten dishes. Salt is added as a processing aid.
  • TARRAGON (LEAF)

    $13.45$1,164.00
    Tarragon's flavor is similar to anise but with a more subtle flavor. Tarragon is delicious with egg-based dishes and with fish and poultry. Try adding it to wine vinegar or to butter for unique flavors.
  • THYME (IMPORTED-GROUND)

    $9.49$186.25
    Thyme is a popular herb in European and Greek dishes and mixes well with rosemary and other herbs. Thyme complements fatty foods and game meats. Try adding to simmering stews and soups and to bouquet garni for fuller flavor.
  • THYME (IMPORTED-LEAF)

    $7.85$211.75
    Our imported thyme is a popular herb in European and Greek dishes and mixes well with rosemary and other herbs. Thyme complements fatty foods and game meats. Try adding to simmering stews and soups and to bouquet garni for fuller flavor.
  • TURMERIC (GROUND)

    $8.96$167.75
    Turmeric has a pungent, musky flavor and aroma. Due to its bright yellow color, it is sometimes used instead of saffron for its coloring. This spice is an important part of curry powders and is also used in mustards, relish, and other vegetable dishes.