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Organic Sumac

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Organic sumac is a dark red, almost purplish, culinary spice that originates from the sumac shrub. This plant grows wild in many Mediterranean areas, most notably in Southern Italy. The shrub forms its fruit in dense reddish clusters, which are harvested, dried, and ground coarsely to produce sumac spice. The shrub’s widespread growth, along with the berries unique properties, have allowed it to integrate itself into a wide range of dishes, and has become a staple in many cuisines. The widespread love of sumac comes from its ability to add a tangy zest to nearly any type of savory dish,...

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MADE WITH SPICELY: The Springs LA

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  Welcome to MADE WITH SPICELY, where we feature the makers and artisans who use Spicely Organics ingredients! Today we want to introduce you to The Springs in sunny Los Angeles!Located in the Arts District of downtown Los Angeles, The Springs includes an organic juice bar, yoga studio, wellness center, and a 100% organic raw and vegan restaurant and wine bar. The Springs is an eco-vegan-mind-body-one-stop “Urban Oasis” for health-conscious consumers, wellness-seekers, and foodies. While the food is primarily designed to be first and foremost healthy, it is also flavorful and satisfying for vegans and carnivores alike. Helming the kitchen...

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Organic Curry

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  Curry refers to a wide range of dishes, most popular in south Asian cuisines. Today the dish represents a true global fusion food with hundreds of variations, in fact this dish is so well traveled that there has always been a debate regarding its true origin. However, this all changed thanks to findings by archeologist Arunima Kashyap, who recently pinpointed what he believes to be the birthplace of modern day curry. His findings are based on residues found in stone pottery indicating that the Indus Civilization was using a mixture of ginger, garlic, and turmeric to flavor their foods...

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Happy Fathers Day from Spicely!

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Why not say thanks by cooking Dad up something delicious! Whether it's breakfast in bed or a hearty family meal, you make it - he'll love it.      

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National Egg Day

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  June 3rd is National Egg Day! In celebration of this wonderful protein, we thought that we should share some trivia with you. 1 Large-sized egg supplies 12.6% of the Daily Reference Value (DRV) for protein. To tell if an egg is raw or hard-boiled, spin it. A raw egg will wobble while a hard boiled egg will spin evenly. The U. S. produces 75 billion eggs annually - about 10% of the world’s egg supply. The first records of domesticated chickens are from 600 BC Europe, on Corinthian pottery. There is no nutritional difference between white, blue, or brown eggs!...

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