Mahlab is a common Arabic spice, distinguished by a taste that melds almond and cherry nuances. The culinary properties of mahlab are valued predominately in Arabic, Turkish, Syrian, Greek and Armenian cuisine.
Star anise or Chinese star anise is the fruit of the evergreen tree Illicium verum. Ground star anise is used in recipes for sweets, baked goods, jams, jellies, compotes.
White pepper is obtained from the fruits of Piper nigrum when the peppercorns ripen completely. White pepper is especially recommended for people who suffer from loss of appetite, since it stimulates appetite and improves gastrointestinal function.
Mint (Mentha) is a genus of perennial plants from the Lamiaceae family. Mint has been used since ancient times due to its culinary, medicinal and aromatic properties.
Since the time of Egyptian pharaohs, through the Middle Ages and all the way up to today, cumin is one of the most famous spices, which has a wide use in the kitchen.
Dill is the only plant of its kind, where both the leaves and seeds are used as a spice. Dill has antibacterial properties.
Wild Garlic - Ramsons
Wild Garlic / Allium Ursinum /, also known by the name ramsons, is a perennial herb of the Amaryllidaceae family. Wild garlic boosts cardiac contractions and slows the heart rate.
Black Cumin, Nigella Sativa, is a legendary plant that comes from the East. Black cumin oil contains over 100 active ingredients. Benefits of black cumin.
Sesame seed is one of the favorite spices of people for thousands of years. Selection and storage of sesame seeds.
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