What is the difference between ground and rubbed sage?

2020-01-24T12:07:09-07:00January 24th, 2020|Education, Spicer Blog (All Posts)|

The difference between ground and rubbed sage Ground sage is an extremely fine powder. It is made by grinding the entire leaf to a very fine consistency. Ground sage has the same feel and granule size of any typical powdered [...]

Understanding Black Pepper Mesh – Explanation and Applications

2019-10-31T15:21:34-06:00October 31st, 2019|Spicer Blog (All Posts)|

Understanding black pepper mesh – what does mesh mean and what size should I order? The US mesh size is a standard unit of measure. This unit of measure determines the number of holes that exist in a standard US [...]

What is Food Grade Tricalcium Phosphate Used For?

2019-10-31T15:22:45-06:00August 28th, 2019|Spicer Blog (All Posts)|

Tricalcium Phosphate is an ingredient used in many industries for many purposes. A few facts: Chemically, tricalcium phosphate is a calcium salt of phosphoric acid It is almost insoluble in water Due to its mineral source, it can be used [...]

Difference between yellow and brown mustard seeds

2019-10-31T15:23:39-06:00July 24th, 2019|Spicer Blog (All Posts)|

Did you know that mustard is considered to be one of the world’s oldest condiments? The word originally comes from the Latin 'mustum ardens', meaning 'burning must' because, in Ancient Rome, its seeds were ground and mixed with grape must [...]

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