Spices

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    4 in 1compo spices powder 500g

    290 270

    spice is a seed, fruit, root, bark, salt, or other plant substance primarily used for flavoring or … Early uses were connected with magic, medicine, religion, tradition, and preservation. … Spices may be ground into a powder for convenience.

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    4 in 1compo spices powder 500g quantity

    290 270

    spice is a seed, fruit, root, bark, salt, or other plant substance primarily used for flavoring or … Early uses were connected with magic, medicine, religion, tradition, and preservation. … Spices may be ground into a powder for convenience.

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    Almond oil

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    Almond oil is a lightly yellow oil that has a light characteristic taste. Very high content of oleic acid. The classic of the natural cosmetics oils. The high content of oleic acid contributes to making the skin soft and smooth. The oil helps with dry skin with its soothing, nourishing and protecting qualities

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    Almond oil

    160 150

    Almond oil is a lightly yellow oil that has a light characteristic taste. Very high content of oleic acid. The classic of the natural cosmetics oils. The high content of oleic acid contributes to making the skin soft and smooth. The oil helps with dry skin with its soothing, nourishing and protecting qualities

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    Biriyani masala

    300 285

     Biryani masala powder recipe | How to make biryani masala recipeBiryani masala powder or chicken masala powder is a spice mix that is used to prepare fragrant biryani rice like chicken biryani or vegetable biryani. It can also be used to make chicken masala curry.

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    Cardamom- The Queen of Spices

    2400 2100

    The aroma and flavour of cardamom are very distinct from other spices, this distinct feature resulted in increasing the demand for cardamom. Due to its popularity, Europeans have started to use it and started cultivating it in their local areas.

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    Cinnamon

    690 680

    Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several tree species from the genus Cinnamomum. Cinnamon is used mainly as an aromatic condiment and flavouring additive in a wide variety of cuisines, sweet and savoury dishes, breakfast cereals, snackfoods, tea and traditional foods.

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    Cloves- The Dentist!

    800 640

    Clove is yet another popular spice that is primarily cultivated in Kerala. Numerous types of oils are being produced by cloves and usually used in all meat dishes which enriches the flavour even more.

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    Coconut oil

    340 310

    Coconut oil is made up of about 90% saturated fats and 9% unsaturated fats. However, the saturated fats in it differ from saturated fats in animal fats. Over 50% of the fats in coconut oil are medium chain fatty acids, such as lauric acid (12:0). Coconut oilis the highest natural source of lauric acid.

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    mace-javithri

    2400 2250

    It contains exceptionally high amount of minerals, copper and iron; providing 274% and 174% of the daily requirements of these minerals per 100gm.

    With several vitamins like vitamin A, C, B1, B2 and minerals like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese and zinc also present in good amounts.

    It has several essential volatile oils like safrole, myristicin, elemicin and eugenol and fixed oil trimyristine.

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    Nutmug – The powerful antioxidants

    850 700

    This is a mild spice growing primarily in Kerala and along with its use in spices, people use it in baking many desserts such as muffins, fruit pies, sweet bread, soups, cookie, puddings etc. That is because of its distinct flavour and aroma. Many essential oils come from nutmeg which acts as industrial lubricants. If you consume nutmeg in large quantity, it can result in hallucination and can ultimately lead to death. During pregnancy, you can take it only in a small amount because in large amounts it can affect the fetus as well as the mothe

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    Pepper – The Black Gold

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    Pepper is considered as “king of Spices”. Its popularity, richness of flavour and medicinal values helped pepper to get the title of king of spices. Kerala’s pepper is often seen as the reason that has lead to colonial wars. The pepper has thus marked a changing scenario in the history of spice story of India.

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    Star Anish

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    Star anise is one of the signature flavours of Chinese savory cooking. The five-spice powder mix common in China contains star anise. It is used to flavour vegetables, meat, and to marinate meat. It is used as a condiment for flavouring curries, confectionaries, spirits, and for pickling. It is also used in perfumery. The essential oil of star anise is used to flavour soft drinks, bakery products and liquors. The fruit is anti-bacterial, carminative, diuretic and stomachic. It is considered useful in flatulence and spasmodic.

     

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    Turmeric – The Natural Antiseptic

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    Turmeric is a very auspicious spice in ingredients. In almost every dish in India, turmeric enhances the taste as well as the dish’s colour. Not only a spice, but it is also a natural antiseptic as well as a natural body cleanser. Thousands of years back, people would use turmeric to beautify Indian beauties. It is also a natural acid indicator that can help in determining the acidity of any substance. Sometimes, people use turmeric in ice cream, baked products, yoghurt, biscuits, orange juice, dairy products etc. Turmeric is put in hot milk to make “turmeric latte” which is very beneficial yet again to increase the metabolism of the body.

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