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Allspice has many different names due to its long history. It is so common in English baking it has been called English Spice and in the early days of exploration it was named Pimento Berries because it was confused with black pepper. Even though its name suggests a mixture of spices, allspice is a single berry from the Jamaican bayberry tree. Its complex sweetness lends allspice a great deal of versatility. Whole, it is used in poached fish stock, vegetable and fruit pickles, and for wild game. Ground, it is found in spice cakes, puddings, cookies, gravies, bbq sauce and is a key ingredient in Caribbean jerk dishes and German sausages. Ingredients: Allspice berries.
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Making pickled veggies. Wishing I had gotten whole berries. I had to strain the juice twice since the spice cloth leaked out the ground spice.
Oh well, next time.
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Freshness makes all the difference. Fabulous aroma.
Just received this spice so I haven't yet but it smells so nice and the color is good. Can't wait to try.
Smells so amazing, and is the perfect addition to Spice House Saigon Ground Cinnamon and Ground Cloves for my morning tea trio.