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Detox Spices

Posted by ila nguyen on

Spices and herbs have always been use as medicine; to this day Ayurvedic and Chinese apothecaries prescribe them to cure ailments and detoxify the body. Here’s what some spices are purpotrated to do. Before you include them in your diet, make sure to consult your physician to confirm that they won’t interfere with your current medications or conditions! Turmeric contains curcumin, which has anti-inflammatory properties. One study showes that 1 to 6 grams of cinnamon daily reduced cholesterol. Ginger is a popular antiemetic for everyone - from dogs to pregnant women! Cumin has always been used as an anticarminative. Garlic is...

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French Four Spice

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Quatre épices, or French Four Spice, is one of traditional seasoning blends that France has to offer. However, unlike herbes de Provence or fines herbes, quatre épices is made of spices and is a headier blend.   Because it is comprised of fall spices like ginger and cloves, recipes using quatre épices tend to be cold weather foods. These foods include sausages (such as boudin blanc), fancy terrines, pain d’épices (gingerbread or spice bread), and roasted root vegetables.   Ready to try our Organic Quatre epices? Here’s some recipes that you can try it with! our vegan friendly Mushroom Rillettes...

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5 Spices to Add to your Smoothies Now

Posted by Melissa Lopez on

There’s no denying that a fruit and veggie-loaded smoothie is an excellent way to start your day. But did you know that adding just a pinch of spice to your daily smoothie routine can offer even more health benefits, all while adding a whole new level of delicious flavor? Especially great for when your immunity is running low and stress is high, these ingredients offer concentrated doses of nutrients and can work wonders on your body. Toss in a teaspoon or two of some of these super spices into your next smoothie to take it to the next level. Cinnamon...

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Pu-erh Spicy Ginger Chai

Posted by Bianca Medina on

  In many parts of the world, the word chai simply means tea. In India, a popular version of chai is brewed by boiling assam tea leaves with milk, sugar, and cardamom. Over the years however, there have been many interpretations of this spicy drink. We have created a spiced beverage with all the goodness of ingredients sourced from their origin, one of our favorite flavors is Organic Pu-erh Spicy Ginger Chai. It’s a deliciously spiced beverage that can be enjoyed alone or enhanced by adding milk and sweetener.   This chai blend, with a base of Pu-erh tea, has a...

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Ginger's Versatile Flavor

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